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Naval Heritage Center 7:00 pm, March 16
Georgetown University – Film & Media Room 7:00 pm, March 19
(76 mins, United States)
Mossville, Louisiana, is a shadow of its former self -- a community rich in natural resources and history, founded by formerly enslaved people and free people of color -- where neighbors lived in harmony, insulated from the horrors of Jim Crow.
National Gallery of Art 2:00 pm, March 21
National Archives 7:00 pm, March 18
AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center 3:00 pm, March 14
National Academy of Sciences 7:00 pm, March 13
(22 mins, United States)
The locals in Punta Gorda, a small remote town in southern Belize, remember a time without electricity, roads, and plastics. Amidst the influx of single-use plastics, an activist and his neighbors confront the threat to their piece of paradise.
(20 mins, United States)
An unlikely environmentalist, Bryan Wells finds himself standing between Yellowstone National Park and an industrial-scale gold mine. The proposed mine would sit just above his home, and it threatens not only America's most iconic national park but also his community's way of life.
(58 mins, United States)
In the vast Pinelands National Reserve of southern New Jersey, powerful vehicles topple protected sand dunes and drive circles through ancient ponds. “Off-roading” has grown more popular in the reserve, especially now that smartphones can help anyone navigate the winding trails of the deep forest.
Carnegie Institution for Science 7:00 pm, March 17
(10 mins, Mexico)
As addiction to the opioid fentanyl surges in the U.S. causing an unprecedented number of overdoses, violence spikes in the mountains of Guerrero, Mexico. Fentanyl is cheaper and more potent, which has slashed natural opium prices, leaving the indigenous poppy farmers in Guerrero left with few options for survival.