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In honor of the encore broadcast of CITY OF TREES tonight (August 21, 2018) on PBS/WORLD Channel's America ReFramed, we asked Washington Parks & People to reflect on the film and share current updates on the DC Green Corps.
Beyond the penetrating and powerful 76 minutes of Meridian Hill Pictures film City of Trees, Washington Parks & People’s central program of the DC Green Corps continues working to strengthen lives and communities eight years after its launch. Presented without narration in the cinema verité style, the film both raises important questions and, for the purpose of the narrative, leaves out much of the wider story and context of our work at Parks & People. Based on conversations we’ve heard following the film’s release and initial broadcast on public television in 2016, we wanted to share answers to a few key questions prompted by the film.
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We are thrilled to announce CITY OF TREES will launch on Netflix streaming on May 15 to more than 50 million subscribers! The film is also now available to rent or purchase on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, and Vudu!Read more
Lance and Brandon were invited by George Mason University Visiting Filmmakers Series on the day after the 2016 election to visit film classes, engage with students, and screen CITY OF TREES + THE MESSY TRUTH followed by Q&A discussion moderated by Professor Rutledge Dennis.Read more
We are pleased to release the new CITY OF TREES discussion guide this month. Written over the summer and fall by CITY OF TREES producer Lance Kramer and impact producer Angelica Das, the guide is an in-depth resource designed to help facilitators host screenings and dialogues that dive deeply into the film’s central themes.
Click here to learn how you can host a screening of CITY OF TREES and download the new discussion guide here.
Our Fall Screening Tour kicks off with 14 screenings, with more added every week!Read more