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Films Across Borders: High Tide in Dorchester

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American University School of Communication

4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest

Malsi Doyle and Michael Forman Theater (McKinley Building)

Washington, DC 20016

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Films Across Borders presents High Tide in Dorchester

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Films Across Borders: Stories of Water features

"High Tide in Dorchester"

High Tide in Dorchester is a film that encourages discussions and actions concerning sea level rise, erosion and climate change in Dorchester County, MD. The film creates a powerful, intimate story that looks at a worsening global threat through the lens of Chesapeake Bay’s most vulnerable county.

Following screening, there will be a panel discussion featuring Sandy Cannon-Brown, filmmaker; Tom Horton, author and journalist; Joe Fehrer, Coastal Communities Project Manager, The Nature Conservancy MD/DC; and Alice Hill, author. Panel discussion will be moderated by Maggie Burnette Stogner, executive director, Center for Environmental Filmmaking.

Malsi Doyle and Michael Forman Theater (McKinley Building)

American University School of Communication

4400 Massachusetts Ave NW - Washington, DC 20016

Reservations (recommended): https://HighTideInDorchesterAU.eventbrite.com

This event is first come, first seated. Reservations are encouraged.

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AU School of Communication

AU College of Arts and Sciences

Center for Environmental Filmmaking

Nature Conservancy of Maryland/DC

More Info: http://www.FilmsAcrossBorders.org

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Malsi Doyle and Michael Forman Theater (McKinley Building)

Washington, DC 20016

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