U.S.A Environmental Film Festival: Washington March 2016

Anthropocene will have its U.S.A premiere at 4 pm on March 26th, 2016 at The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC;

To register for your tickets, please click on the below link.The film will be screened at the Baird Auditorium.


Baird Auditorium
Ground Floor, National Museum of Natural History
10th St. and Constitution Ave. N.W.
Washington, DC 20560
United States.
In Anthropocene, a chorus of these scholars weighs in on whether our moment in the spotlight of Earth’s history will go down as a true tragedy, defined by its extinctions and upheavals, or just a dark comedy. Armed with this new way of looking at our own place in the universe, how can we work to remedy the ecological and climatic disasters we’ve wrought? Directed by Steve Bradshaw. Produced by Jenny Richards

Followed by a panel discussion including John McNeil, Erle Ellis (featured in film), Scott Wing, and moderated by David Grinspoon, Chair of Astrobiology at Library of Congress and curator of astrobiology at Denver Museum of Nature and science).

This 2016 Festival selection complements the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History’s Anthropocene: Life in the Age of Humans series. For more information about this series, visit go.si.edu/ageofhumans.