The 6:45 p.m. screening will be followed by a discussion with a panel including Marcos Orellana, director of the Environment and Human Rights division of Human Rights Watch.
Mr. Orellana, whose credentials also include work at the Washington, DC-based Center for International Environmental Law, will be joined by Rodney C. Ewing, Frank Stanton professor in nuclear security and co-director of the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University; and Lauren Davis, director of the energy program of the 11th Hour Project.
The discussion will be moderated by Michael Kieschnick, president of the Green Advocacy Project.
Filmmaker Rebecca Cammisa also made the Oscar-nominated film, "Which Way Home," and co-directed and shot the documentary, "Sister Helen."
Due to limited space, the event's sponsor is requesting RSVPs at bit.ly/hrwscreening.
The M-A performing arts center is at 555 Middlefield Road in Atherton.
Human Rights Watch is an international nongovernmental organization. The March 20 screening and panel discussion is sponsored by the group's Silicon Valley branch, located in Palo Alto.
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