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Carnegie Institution for Science 7:00 pm, March 13
Naval Heritage Center 4:00 pm, March 22
(28 mins, United States)
"Sentinels" are those who stand guard, watch over, and look ahead. Today, a new corps of sentinels is emerging across the American landscape to steward and defend the last pristine landscapes from disappearing in a tidal wave of urbanization and land conversion.
E Street Cinema 7:00 pm, March 19
(8 mins, United States)
Aniya Wingate is a radiant and talented 17-year-old African American dancer from Houston, who was displaced from her home for half a year by Hurricane Harvey. Shoulders Deep translates her experience of displacement through dance, poetry, and performance.
(27 mins, United States)
Celebrates the successes and documents the challenges of the first two years of implementing Solar For All, Mayor Muriel Bowser's initiative to provide 100,000 low-to-moderate income families with the benefits of locally generated clean energy.
Naval Heritage Center 7:00 pm, March 13
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 12:00 pm, March 20
(93 mins, United States)
Unlike any other plastic documentary you've seen, The Story Of Plastic presents a cohesive timeline of how we got to our current global plastic pollution crisis and how the oil and gas industry has successfully manipulated the narrative around it.
E Street Cinema 7:00 pm, March 17