E.O. Wilson: Of Ants and Men (USA, 2015, 92 min) Washington, D.C. Premiere
When biologist E.O. Wilson discovered in the sixties that ants use pheromones to structure their complex societies, he opened the door to a vastly expanded sense of our environment and the limits of our ability to perceive it. From biodiversity to biophilia," few living thinkers have contributed more vital concepts to our understanding of the natural world. E.O. Wilson: Of Ants and Men traces his journey from its inception, through moments of controversy, and into his recent conservation work in Mozambique. Directed by Shelley Schulze. Produced by Shining Red Productions, Inc. Writer and Executive Producer: Graham Townsley.
Discussion with filmmaker Graham Townsley follows screening.
FREE. Reservations required.
National Portrait Gallery, Nan Tucker McEvoy Auditorium, Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture, Eight & G Sts., NW (Metro: Gallery Place-Chinatown)
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8th St NW & G St NW
Washington, DC 20001
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