Cooked: Survival by Zip Code, Eating Up Easter make DC premieres March 17

Two of Kartemquin's newest releases: Cooked: Survival by Zip Code and Eating Up Easter will make their DC premieres this Sunday at the DC Environmental Film Festival in Our Nation's Capital (DCEFF).

In Eating Up Easter Native Rapanui (Easter Island) filmmaker Sergio Mata’u Rapu narrates to his son the modern dilemma of their people, descendants of the ancient statue builders, as they face the consequences of their rapidly developing home. The film screens Sunday, March 17 at 4:00pm. Purchase tickets here. Cooked: Survival by Zip Code, directed by Judith Helfand and produced by Fenell Doremus, is a provocative investigation into the disasters we’re willing to see and prepare for, and the ones we’re not. Cooked screens Sunday, March 17 at 7:00pm and Thursday, March 21 at 7:00pm. Find the full DCEFF schedule here.
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A provocative investigation into the disasters we’re willing to see and prepare for, and the ones we’re not.

Kartemquin and Freep Film Festival Partner on Midwest Documentary Filmmaker Sustainability Conversation


We're excited to share that Kartemquin Films is partnering with Freep Film Festival, held April 10-14 in Detroit, to host a conversation on filmmaker sustainability and a special rough cut lab. Both events bring to Detroit for the first time initiatives and expertise Kartemquin has pioneered as part of its acclaimed filmmaker development programs and advocacy on behalf of the documentary field.

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