March 19, 2012
- Time 7:30 p.m.
- Location Washington, D.C.
- Price All Tickets $10
For over 40 years, Richard Leakey has scoured the badlands around Kenya’s Lake Turkana, searching for fossil clues that might reveal how we became human. This new documentary, featuring music by Paul Simon and the Kenya Boys’ Choir, follows Leakey’s team across this austere landscape. Film followed by discussion with producer/director John Heminway, co-producers J. J. Kelley and Katie Carpenter, and John Bredar, Sr. Exec. Producer, NGTV Specials. World Premiere.
Co-presented with the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital.
Read a blog entry about Bones of Turkana.
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Washington, D.C., US
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