Stone Soup Films Environmental Film Screening

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In celebration of Earth Day, Stone Soup Films is hosting a screening of short documentaries highlighting the work of local nonprofits committed to environmental preservation and volunteerism in D.C. Join us the evening of Wednesday, April 19th at E Street Cinema (555 11th st NW) from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Admission is free and open to the general public.Attendees will view a series compelling shorts produced by Stone Soup Films highlighting the work of local nonprofits and community anchor institutions to include:

  • Potomac Conservancy,

  • University of the District of Columbia,

  • Dumbarton Oaks Parks Conservancy,

  • Anacostia Waterfront Trust,

  • Anacostia Watershed Society,

  • Summit Foundation,

  • Georgetown Heritage,

  • Casey Trees,

  • City Blossoms,

  • Rock Creek Conservancy,

  • Potomac River Keepers, and

  • Groundwork Anacostia.

The evening will conclude with a short panel discussion with environmental advocates and nonprofit leaders about ways to get involved in the conscious conservation of our community. Confirmed panelists include: Mchezaji “Che” Axum (University of the District of Columbia), Katie Blackman (Potomac Conservancy/Capital MOVE), Doug Siglin (Anacostia Watershed Society), and Nadia Mercer (Friends of the National Arboretum).  Liz Norton, founder of Stone Soup Films, will moderate.

The screening and Q&A are open press. Space is limited.


E Street Cinema
555 11th Street NW
Washington DC 20004

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