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City of Trees premiered in October 2015 and is now touring the film festival circuit. The film is also available for university and community screenings. Check out the list below and sign up for our email newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest screening info.
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The Enrichmond Foundation, Capital Region Land Conservancy, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Viridiant, and Falls of the James Group – Sierra Club, along with several other sponsors, have been working together to make sure this year’s festival is the best yet, with many insightful films selected to raise awareness of environmental issues relative to all residents of our planet.
To kick off our 2017 National Conference, The Corps Network invites you to attend a screening of CITY OF TREES, a documentary film by Meridian Hill Pictures featuring Washington Parks & People's DC Green Corps program.
Discussion of the film with the filmmakers and Steve Coleman, Executive Director and President of Washington Parks & People
We had a screening in Senegal! It was our African Premiere!
The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) is an exciting, inspiring, and energizing event that includes world-class environmental films with representatives from local and national organizations. CEFF will screen features, shorts, films by foreign and local filmmakers and films by young filmmakers and for youth.
True to the spirit of Colorado, this event is supported and attended by people who value the natural world and share a passion for the power and beauty of film.
As the MLK library has long served as a central convening location and resource for many of the city's low-income residents seeking shelter and community during the day, Sheptock hopes the screening at the library will bring additional awareness and resources to the District's homeless community. Following the screening, Sheptock will lead a discussion focused on employment struggles facing District residents.
The National Environmental Justice Conference and Training Program will be hosting a screening of 'City of Trees' on March 8th, 2017.
This interactive training session will feature voices of experience, research, discussions, and thought-provoking dialogue. The program will reflect on the needs and challenges of communities, governments, municipalities, tribes, faith-based organizations, and others with an interest in environmental justice. The forum has a goal to give conference participants the opportunity to network with a variety of representatives from Federal and state agencies, local governments, tribes, community groups, business and industry, public interest groups, academia, and other entities.
CITY OF TREES will be screening at Pace University on March 30th, following the screening of the film viewers will have the opportunity to participate in a panel conversation with "City of Trees" director Lance Kramer, Elizabeth Ehrlich and Nicole Roy-Henderson of NYC Parks, Wesley Booker of Green City Force and Migdalia Taveras from Sustainable South Bronx. The panelist will discuss community engagement, environmental justice, employment barriers, racial justice, urban forestry, economic recovery and reinvestment.
To host a screening or to purchase our new discussion kit to assist with your screening, click the link --> 'City of Trees' film
We are excited to announce that CITY OF TREES FILM will screen at 鄭南榕 我主張 台南言論自由日 (Guá tsú-tiunn Film Festival) in Tainan, Taiwan on April 7th! Honored to be part of this Taiwanese film festival that celebrates freedom of speech.
LUC Student Environmental Alliance - S.E.A and Loyola University Chicago Institute of Environmental Sustainability are hosting a screening of CITY OF TREES. This event is part of Loyola University Chicago's annual earth week celebration.
The screening will follow with guest speakers who have participated in post incarceration green job training programs in Chicago for a post documentary Q and A. They include Kyle Williams, Greencorps Project Manager Tavaras Short, Greencorps graduate and currently Greencorps operations staff.