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Naval Heritage Center 7:00 pm, March 17
Embassy of Austria 7:00 pm, March 18
(115 mins, Austria)
Several billion tons of earth are moved annually by humans -- with shovels, excavators, or dynamite. Nikolaus Geyrhalter observes people in mines, in quarries, and at large construction sites, engaged in a constant struggle to take possession of the planet.
(19 mins, United States)
The Amazon was the first victim of the peace process in Colombia. Since the demobilization of the FARC guerilla group in 2017, deforestation rates have spiked by more than 40 percent as illegal loggers exploit the power vacuum left behind by the rebels.
National Museum of Natural History 7:00 pm, March 14
AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center 7:15 pm, March 17
(26 mins, United States)
Farming is ever-evolving. Today, when we think about what’s to come next for farmers, a key question is, “How do we produce food and still maintain a livelihood for farmers, while respecting the needs of other organisms with which we share the land?"
National Geographic 7:00 pm, March 14
(8 mins, United States)
Discover a world of drugs, the timber industry, and a controversial decision not to list Pacific fisher under the Endangered Species Act. This story pulls back the veil on the lead-up to that surprise decision and what it means for the future of the Pacific fisher.
Naval Heritage Center 7:00 pm, March 14