SCREENINGS

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4/12/24: Salem State University at Veterans Hall, at 12:15 p.m. The free screening is in partnership with the Salem Alliance for the Environment. Director David Abel will do a moderated Q&A afterward. More details here.


4/17/24: Boston University at the Questrom Auditorium, at 5:30 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward, moderated by Dr. Arunima Krishna. The screening is co-hosted by BU's Institute for Global Sustainability and College of Communication in partnership with BU Sustainability and Initiative on Cities. More details here.


4/18/24: Boston College at Higgins Hall, 300, at 7 p.m. The screening is co-sponsored by the Earth and Environmental Sciences Department and the Environmental Studies Program. More details here.


4/19/24: Portland Museum of Art in the Bernard Osher Foundation Auditorium at 6 p.m in Portland, Maine. Tickets available here.


4/20/24: Waters Edge Cinema in Provincetown, Mass., at 11 a.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. Tickets available here.


4/21/24: Portland Museum of Art in the Bernard Osher Foundation Auditorium at 12 p.m in Portland, Maine. Tickets available here.


4/22/24: University of Massachusetts Boston in the Integrated Science Center Atrium, at 4:30 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward with a panel of students. More details here.


4/23/24: Tufts University at the Somerville Theater, at 6:30 p.m. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director David Abel, Tufts climate scientist Dr. Andrew Kemp, and Tufts environmental science director Dr. Colin Orians. The screening is sponsored by Tufts' Earth and Climate Sciences, Environmental Studies, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, Office of Sustainability, More details here


4/28/24: West Newton Cinema in Newton, Mass., at 3:30 pm. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director David Abel, moderated by Emily Norton, executive director of the Charles River Watershed Association. More details soon.


5/09/24: The Cabot in Beverly, Mass., at 7 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. Tickets are available here.


5/15/24: The Environmental Business Council of New England/Climate Adaptation Forum at Foley Hoag's offices in the Seaport of Boston. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director David Abel and others on the council. More details here.


6/09/24: Woods Hole Film Festival in Woods Hole, Mass., at 7 p.m. The screening, which will be co-presented by WHOI Sea Grant as part of Coastal Resilience Week, will be at the Redfield Auditorium. More details soon.


6/20/24: Boston Public Library in the Copley Square main library's Rabb Hall, at 5:30 pm. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward, moderated by Garrett Dash Nelson, president and head curator of the Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center. Tickets are available here.


Previous Screenings


4/11/24: Chatham Orpheum in Chatham, Cape Cod. There will be a reception before the screening at 6:30 pm. There will also be a screening, in advance, of the short new documentary "No Refuge: Cape Cod's Coastal Crisis'' by Jan Crocker, creator of "Explore the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge." There will be a virtual Q&A afterward. Tickets are available here. Soldout!


4/9/24: Endicott College at the Cleary Lecture Hall in Beverly, Mass., at 6 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. There will also be an exposition by local advocacy groups outside the lecture hall, including Green Beverly, Sustainable Marblehead, Ipswich River Watershed Association, Salem Sound CoastWatch. More information and ticket registration can be found here.


4/6/24: MIT Museum in Cambridge, Mass., at 6 p.m. This screening is presented by the Woods Hole Film Festival. Director David Abel will moderate a conversation afterward with with Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning David Hsu and Associate Professor of Architecture and Urbanism Miho Mazereeuw. Tickets are available here. Sold out!


4/5/24: The Princeton Environmental Film Festival in Princeton, N.J., at 4 p.m. Producer Ted Blanco will do a Q&A afterward. More details here


4/5/24: Sustainable Woodstock in Woodstock, Vt. Director David Abel will do a virtual Q&A afterward. More details soon.


4/3/24: University of Massachusetts Lowell at O’Leary 222, South Campus, at 6 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. This event is organized by the Architectural Studies Program. More details here


4/2/24: Harbor Theatre in Boothbay, Maine, at 6 p.m. Director David Abel will do a virtual Q&A afterward. There will be a cocktail reception before the screening. More details here.


3/29/24: Springfield College at the Harold C. Smith Presentation Room at the Judd Gym in Springfield, Mass., at 4 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. More details here.


3/23/24: Salem Film Festival at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass., at 10:30 a.m. This is an encore screening. More details here


3/23/24: Blue Water Film Festival in San Diego, Calif. Tickets are available here.


3/22/24: Salem Film Festival at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass., at 11:30 a.m. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Deanna Moran of the Conservation Law Foundation and former state Senator Bill Golden. It will be moderated by David Abel. More details here. Sold out!


3/21/24: The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Dorchester, Mass., at 6 p.m. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion about the threats of climate change with Joe Christo, managing director of the Stone Living Lab, and Sanjay Seth, chief of staff and senior advisor for climate and equity in EPA Region 1. It will be moderated by Director David Abel. Tickets, which are free, are available here. Sold out! ... See a recording of the the Q&A here.


3/20/24: Northeastern University at the Blackman Auditorium in Boston, at 6 p.m. The screening is sponsored by the university's Climate Justice & Sustainability Hub and the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs. There will be a discussion afterward with Director David Abel; Leah Bamberger, executive director of the Climate Justice & Sustainability Hub, Lily Song, assistant professor of architecture; Joan Fitzgerald, professor in the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs; and Kim Lucas, professor of the practice in School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. More information about the screening here.  


3/19/24: The BTS Center will host a virtual conversation about the film with Director David Abel, Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, Boston's envirionment chief, and Rev. Rob Mark of Church of the Covenant Church in Boston. The conversation "will focus on the emotional, spiritual, and justice-oriented aspects of the film’s themes as we imagine new possibilities for our cities and communities." Register here.


3/14/24: Embassy Theater in Waltham, Mass., at 7 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. Tickets are available here.


3/12/24: Brandeis University at the Mandel Center for the Humanities, Room G03, at 6 p.m. This event is sponsored by Samuels Center for Community Partnerships and Civic Transformation, the Brandeis Division of Humanities, and the Brandeis Division of Social Science. Director David Abel will do a moderated Q&A afterward. More details here.


3/8/24: Ocean City Film Festival in Ocean City, Md., at 5:15 p.m. at the Cambria Hotel. More details here.


3/9/24: Ocean City Film Festival in Ocean City, Md., at 2:45 p.m. at the Flagship Cinema. More details here.


3/5/24: University of Rhode Island at the Edwards Auditorium on URI's Kingston Campus, at 7 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. Tickets available here.


3/4/24: Harvard University Graduate School of Design at Piper Auditorium, at 6:30 p.m. The screening is co-sponsored by the Kennedy's School's Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability, and the Shorenstein Center's Documentary Film in the Public Interest Initiative. Director David Abel will moderate a discussion with JocCole Burton, CEO of Maven Construction;

Elizabeth Christoforetti, assistant professor of architecture at Harvard; and Chris Osgood, senior advisor of infrastructure for the City of Boston. Tickets, which are free, are available by registering here. Sold out!


2/29/24: New York University at the law school's Tishman Auditorium, at 5:30 p.m. The screening is being hosted by the Guarini Center of Environmental, Energy, & Land Use Law. Director David Abel will do a moderated Q&A afterward. Tickets are open to the public and available here.


2/13/24: University of New England in the Harold Alfond Forum Room on the Biddeford campus, at 6:30 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward with UNE's Dr. Cameron Wake and Dr. Charles Tilburg. Tickets are available here


2/12/24: Yale University at the School of the Environment in New Haven, at 5:30 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. A dinner will be provided prior to the film. Tickets are available here.


2/7/24: The Paramount Center at Emerson College in Boston, at 6:30 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. Tickets are available here. Sold out!


2/6/24: Rockport Library in the Brenner Room at the Rockport, Mass., at 7 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. This showing is presented in collaboration with Rockport Climate Action, the Cape Ann Climate Coalition and NOAA. Tickets are available here. Sold out!


2/5/24: The Screening Room in Newburyport, Mass., at 4:30 p.m. This showing, another encore screening, is presented in collaboration with the local environmental group Storm Surge. Tickets are available here. Sold out!


2/4/24: The Screening Room in Newburyport, Mass., at 7 p.m. This showing, an encore screening, is presented in collaboration with the local environmental group Storm Surge. Tickets are available here.


2/4/24: Bernardsville Cinema in Bernardsville, N.J., at 2:30 p.m. Producer Ted Blanco will do a Q&A afterward. Reserve tickets by emailing hayley@pcnv.org.


2/3/24: The Screening Room in Newburyport, Mass., at 1 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. This showing is presented in collaboration with the local environmental group Storm Surge. Tickets are available here. Sold out! 


2/1/24: WBUR's CitySpace in Boston, at 6:30 p.m., though doors open at 5:30 p.m. There will be a panel discussion afterward with WBUR environment correspondent Barbara Moran moderating a conversation with David Abel, the film's director; Melissa Hoffer, climate chief of Massachusetts; Kathy Abbott, president and CEO of Boston Harbor Now; and Sanjay Seth, chief of staff and senior advisor for climate and equity, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Tickets are now available here. Sold out!


1/30/24: New England Aquarium at the Simons Theatre in Boston. The free event starts at 6:30 p.m., though doors open at 6 p.m. A panel discussion will follow the screening, including Director David Abel; Katherine Antos, the state's undersecretary of decarbonization & resilience; Oliver Sellers-Garcia, Boston's Green New Deal director and member of the mayor’s cabinet; and Rebecca Herst, associate director for resilience at the Green Ribbon Commission. Register for tickets here. Sold out!


1/24/24: New Bedford Whaling Museum in New Bedford, Mass., at 5:30 p.m. Tickets available here.


1/21/24: Cape Cinema in Dennis, Cape Cod, at 7 p.m. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward. Tickets are available here.


1/20/24: Modern Theatre at Suffolk University in Boston, at 7 p.m. This screening is part of Suffolk's Ford Hall Forum and co-sponsored by the Newburyport Documentary Film Festival. Director David Abel will do a Q&A afterward, moderated by author and the festival's program director James Sullivan. Tickets are available here. Sold out!


1/17/24: Nantucket Dreamland on Nantucket, at 7 p.m. Director David Abel will do a virtual Q&A afterward. Tickets are available here.


12/5/23: Cape Ann Cinema in Rockport, Mass., at 7 p.m. Director David Abel will do a virtual Q&A afterward. Tickets available here

11/17/23: WaterDocs Film Festival in Toronto. More information soon. Director David Abel will appear by Zoom for a Q&A. Tickets available here.

10/29/23: GlobeDocs Film Festival at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Mass., at 7 p.m. Director David Abel and Editor Ted Blanco will be there for a post-screening Q&A. Tickets available here. Sold out!