Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital, Georgetown Library


Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital presents DIVIDE IN CONCORD

Jean Hill, a fiery octogenarian, cares deeply about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Adriana Cohen: mother, model and celebrity publicist-turned-pundit, unequivocally defends individual freedoms. When Jean tries to ban single-serve plastic bottles in Concord, Massachusetts, Adriana rallies the local merchants, the International Bottled Water Association and national news outlets in opposition. Can one old lady make history once again in a town that incited the American Revolution and inspired Thoreau’s environmental movement? Directed by Kris Kaczor. Produced by David Regos.

Discussion follows screening.

Sunday, March 29, 2:00 p.m. Screening

FREE. No reservations required.

Georgetown Library, 3260 R. St. NW (Metrobuses: 30N, 30S, 31, 33, DC Circulator)

For more information: https://www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org/film/divide-in-concord/

March 29, 2015 at 2pm
Georgetown Library
3260 R St NW
Washington, DC 20007
United States
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