Free film screening and discussion with the filmmakers and coral experts

National Museum of Natural History @ 10th St NW & Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004

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Journey with a team of divers, scientists, and photographers around the world on an epic underwater campaign to document the disappearance of coral reefs. After the film, hear first-hand from the filmmaker, Jeff Orlowski, self-proclaimed coral nerd and the film s subject, Zack Rago, scientific advisor for the film and coral reef specialist at NOAA, Mark Eakin, and coral reef expert and Sant Chair for Marine Science at the National Museum of Natural History, Nancy Knowlton. Maryanne Culpepper, Executive Director at Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital, will moderate.

The National Museum of Natural History and the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation s Capital invite you to a screening of Chasing Coral (2017, 93 min.), a Netflix original documentary.

Before the program interact with NMNH collections to learn more about corals and the research taking place at the museum.



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