Advanced Screening of The Island President in D.C.

Posted on April 4, 2012

U.S. Climate Action Network,, and ecoAmerica invite you and a guest to advance screenings of the The Island President on April 15th and 16th in Washington, DC. The documentary will premiere on PBS next season on Independent Lens.


These two advanced screenings of The Island President are part of the Washington, DC International Film Festival (FilmfestDC) lineup. While both screenings are open to climate community leaders and the rest of the public, the Monday evening screening will be immediately followed by a special Q&A discussion.

The screenings will take place on Sunday, April 15 at 2:00 pm and Monday, April 16 at 6:15 pm at the Landmark's E Street Cinema (555 11th St NW, Washington, DC). Tickets are free for both events, but please RSVP by April 5th in order to secure your spot. Tickets are also available at the film festival box office. To see more information about the film go to: For those who missed former President Mohamed Nasheed's appearance on The Daily Show on Monday, check out the clip below. In the interview, former President Nasheed expressed the urgency for democratic elections in the Maldives and the ever pressing need for environmental awareness.


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