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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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In collaboration with the Smithsonian’s Office of Facilities Management and Reliability (OMFR), and Meridian Hills Pictures, the museum recognizes Earth Day with an information display on energy conservation and re-cycling, and a screening of the short film City of Trees. Also get a tour of the museum’s exhibition The Backyard of Derek Webster’s Imagination. Webster was a self-taught artist who used discarded materials to create sculptural figures. Today we would say he “up-cycled” everyday objects to create art!
Register online or call 202.633.4844 to register for this program.
Prince George's County Department of the Environment will be having an encore showing of CITY OF TREES as part of their Brown Bag Environmental Film festival and celebration of earth month.
The screening will take place on Friday, April 21 at 12pm! The event is OPEN to first 60 people who register. See flyer for more details.
DC Ideas Fest is a four-day festival featuring panel discussions, poetry, art and film. There will be presentations from local non-profits, businesses and activists leading the way on issues ranging from affordable housing to high quality after-school activities.
CITY OF TREES is one of the films being screened during this years festivities. This year's three main pillars are arts, innovation, and the Inclusive City.
Moishe House DC in Columbia Heights will be hosting a screening of CITY OF TREES on May 11th at 7pm. Brandon Kramer will be attending the Q&A.
Founded in 2006, Moishe House launched when four Jewish 20-somethings began hosting Shabbat dinners in Oakland, California for their friends and networks. Fueled by enormous demand for peer-led, home-based programming from young adults and their Jewish communities, Moishe House has become the global leader of Jewish life for young adults. With 100 houses in 24 countries, Moishe House trains, supports and empowers young Jewish leaders as they create meaningful experiences in their local communities for themselves and their peers. Moishe House DC was founded in September 2006. For over a decade, Moishe House DC has brought quality programming to the area with social and cultural events.
Meridian Hill Pictures is honored to partner with the Peace Fellowship Church to screen CITY OF TREES at IDEA Public Charter School for the students and Deanwood community. Filmmakers Brandon and Lance Kramer and Director of Washington Parks & People, Steve Coleman, will be at the Q&A. This is a free screening. All are welcome.
We're honored to screen CITY OF TREES at co-founder Lance's alma mater, Dartmouth College. Join us Friday evening, June 16th, for a screening in Loew Auditorium and Q&A with Lance after the film. Tickets to the screening are FREE and open to the public.
We're excited for The Creative Alliance to screen CITY OF TREES at 7:30pm on July 12th in Baltimore! Don't miss a Q&A featuring producer Lance Kramer, and experts from Patterson Park Audubon Center and Friends of Patterson Park. City of Trees will be preceded by the short film, "An Urban Oasis for Migratory Birds" by Patterson Park Audubon Center.
The Creative Alliance builds communities by bringing together artists and audiences from diverse backgrounds to experience spectacular arts and education programs and engage in the creative process.
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Spend Friday August 18th, in the garden with The Garden Church watching our award-winning documentary, CITY OF TREES. The gates open at 7:30, movie at 8:00. Discussion following. Suggested Donation of $7 per adult or $10 per family. All funds raised from the from the screening will go back into the garden to help grow more food for the local community and offer more educational programming. More info here!
About The Garden Church: The Garden Church is re-imagining church as an interconnected organism; worshiping, loving and serving together as we transform a plot of land into a vibrant urban farm and sanctuary.
The National Reentry Network for Returning Citizens will be hosting a screening of CITY OF TREES on Wednesday, September 13th! This event is open to the public and will feature a panel discussion following the film.
About the National Reentry Network for Returning Citizens: The National Reentry Network for Returning Citizens was formed in 2010, the Co-Founder Courtney Stewart was mentoring previously incarcerated individuals who had returned to the community and found themselves displaced and frustrated. Their mission is to build a strong, national network of returning citizens who support each others successful reintegration to their communities.