• Yo Soy El Otro

    Yo Soy El Otro

    United States Premiere Five activists from Ecuador, South Korea, Italy, Venezuela and the Western Sahara have an opportunity to explain and describe their struggle for a better world in this insightful documentary. Yo Soy El Otro seeks to highlight what these endeavors, in their diversity, have in common. It is a reflection on invasive cultural

  • Yellowstone: Winter

    Yellowstone: Winter

    Washington, D.C. Premiere Yellowstone National Park is a place of eternal beauty. From the delicate flowers that bloom in spring to the saturated colors of autumn and even to the barren sublimity of winter, its picturesque landscape has made it a world icon. Ironically, one of the most beautiful backdrops in the world has one

  • The World in Our Hands (A Selection of Children’s Films)

    The World in Our Hands (A Selection of Children’s Films)

    Join us for a program of award-winning animated short films, each with an inspiring message about caring for the environment. The main character in each film imagines a better world and finds a way to contribute to the greater good with humor, creativity, determination and positive action. DELIVERY (Germany, 2005, 9 min.) Even small acts

  • Who Killed Crassostrea Virginica: The Fall And Rise Of Chesapeake Bay Oysters

    Who Killed Crassostrea Virginica: The Fall And Rise Of Chesapeake Bay Oysters

    The updated version of this film explores the calamities that wiped out native oysters on the world’s richest oyster fishing grounds. The decline of the Chesapeake Bay oyster fishery devastated the economy of traditional tidewater communities in Maryland and Virginia. And the destruction of the oyster reef system with its immense water-filtering power also altered

  • Whiz Kids

    Whiz Kids

    At a time when American teens lag far behind other countries in math and science, Whiz Kids is a coming-of-age documentary that tells the story of three remarkably different yet equally passionate 17-year-old scientists who vie to compete in the nation’s oldest, most prestigious science competition. Win or lose, these ‘whiz kids’ raise questions about

  • When Learning Comes Naturally

    When Learning Comes Naturally

    Washington, D.C. Premiere Innovative outdoor-education programs created around the country help children understand and experience the wonders and joys of nature. The film explores the immediate and lasting benefits of introducing young children to “green” experiences. Natural spaces—in the form of gardens, small trails and outdoor “green adventure” areas—allow for the discoveries and choices vital