Environmental Film Festival at the Smithsonian

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The Environmental Film Fest kicks off this weekend with screenings held all around Washington, D.C. Check out the list below, and if you need some guidance, our science blog offers some great recommendations.

Friday, March 13

National Museum of Natural History

The State of the Planet's Oceans. 12 Noon

Saturday, March 14

National Museum of Natural History

Fisheye Fantasea and Colour Talks. 12 Noon

Sunday, March 15

National Museum of Natural History

Cuttlefish: The Brainy Bunch. 12 Noon

Light at the Edge of the World-Polynesia: The Wayfinders. 1:00 PM

Secrets of the Reef. 2:15 PM

Songs of Sunrise Earth. 3:45 PM

National Museum of the American Indian

Heart of the Sea: Kapolioka'ehukai. 2:00 PM

Tuesday, March 17

National Museum of Natural History

Van Gogh: National Museum of Natural History: A Brush with Genius (IMAX). 7:00 PM.

Wednesday, March 18

National Portrait Gallery

Don't Fence Me In. 2:00 PM

Arctic Dance: The Mardy Murie Story. 3:30 PM

A Sense of Wonder. 7:00 PM

Thursday, March 19

National Portrait Gallery

Wildlands Philanthropy: The Great American Tradition Red, White and Green. 12:30 PM

Appalachia: Time and Terrain—Part One. 2:00 PM

Selections from The National Parks: America's Best Idea. 4:00 PM

National Museum of Natural History

Wild Ocean (IMAX). 7:00 PM

Friday, March 20

National Museum of Natural History

Who Killed Crassostrea Virginica: The fall and Rise of the Chesapeake Oyster. 12 Noon

Saturday, March 21

National Museum of Natural History

Sustainable Seafood Day/Keeping Seafood in Our Future. 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Sunday, March 22

National Museum of Natural History

Bama's Journey. 11:00 AM

Eye of the Leopard. 11:30 AM

Life in Cold Blood: Armoured Giants. 12:30 PM

Irani Wildlife. 1:45 PM

China's Killer Zoos, Rethink the Shark and The White Wood. 2:15 PM

About Jesse Rhodes

Jesse Rhodes is an editorial assistant for Smithsonian magazine. Before he became an editorial assistant, Jesse worked at the Library of Congress Publishing Office, where he was a contributor to the Library of Congress World War II Companion.

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