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The Environmental Film Festival is expanding beyond the nation’s capital and going On Tour for a special film showcase in Cambridge.

The two-day event, presented by Bank of America, will take place from
September 28-29 at Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge. Four exceptional, environmental films – all Boston premieres – will be featured and each screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmakers, scientists and experts.

The event is a part of HUBweek, a creative festival that celebrates innovation at the intersection of art, science, and technology.


Visit dceff.org/Boston for tickets and event details.
 

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Wednesday, September 28th
WOMEN AND WATER 
(Spain, 2014, 58 min.)
An evocative examination of the role of women in Indian society as seen through the prism of water. Women and Water examines who has access to this most elemental of resources and why it is denied to those who need it most. Directed and produced by Nocem Collado. 
* This film will be preceded by The Nature of Peoplea short documentary produced by
The Nature Conservancy on people adapting in changing coastal communities (11 min.). Discussion with filmmaker Nocem Collado and Mark Smith of The Nature Conservancy follows screening.
 
ICE AND THE SKY 
(France, 2015, 89 min.)
Claude Lorius discovered the effects of climate change, while drilling down into the Antarctic ice fields in the 1950s. At 82, he returns there one last time to reflect on six decades of research and adventure. Directed by Luc Jacquet and produced by Richard Grandpierre and Frédéric Doniguian.
*Discussion with Dr. Paul A. Mayewski, glaciologist and Director of the Climate Change Institute, and Dr. Gavin A. Schmidt, climatologist and Director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, follows screening. 

 
Thursday, September 29th
Co-presented with GlobeDocs Documentary Film Festival.

DEATH BY DESIGN
(US, 2016, 74 min.)
Consumers love – and live on – their electronic devices. But what is the cost of our digital dependency? Directed by Sue Williams. Produced by Sue Williams and Hilary Klotz Steinman.

* Discussion with filmmaker Sue Williams, film subject Ted Smith and Amanda Hawes, co-founder of Santa Clara Center for Occupational Safety and Health, follows screening.
 
THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES
(US, 2016, 80 min.)
An investigation on climate change, resource scarcity, migration, and conflict through the lens of US national security and global stability. Written, directed and produced by Jared P. Scott. Executive produced by Sophie Robinson. 
* Discussion with filmmaker Jared P. Scott and Peter Fox-Penner of Boston University's Institute for Sustainability Energy follows screening.
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Venue Information

Kendall Square Cinema

One Kendall Square, 355 Binney St, MA 02139

(Kendall/MIT Station)

BY SUBWAY: Take the Red Line to Kendall/MIT.

BY BUS: 646885CT2

BY CAR: $3.00 validated 4-hour parking available in the Kendall Square Parking Garage.

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital The largest and longest-running festival of its kind in the U.S., will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2017. The Festival seeks to advance public understanding of the environment and inspire stewardship of the earth through the power of film. The 25th anniversary Festival will take place from March 14-26, 2017 in Washington, DC. | DCEFF.org.

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