Film Screening: Rush Hour
Please join the Wilson Center’s Urban Sustainability Laboratory on July 26 for a screening of Rush Hour, a new documentary that tells the story of the commute of three people in three different cities of the world—Mexico City, Istanbul and Los Angeles—and explores the impact of their daily journeys on the rest of their lives. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker, Luciana Kaplan, and urban experts about the challenges and future of urban mobility in cities across the globe.
Luciana Kaplan, filmmaker
Martha Schteingart, professor-researcher, Center for Demographic, Urban and Environmental Studies, CEDUA, El Colegio de Mexico
William Chernicoff, Senior Manager, Global Research & Innovation, Toyota Mobility Foundation
Blair Ruble, Distinguished Fellow, Wilson Center
Urban Sustainability Laboratory
Since 1991, the Urban Sustainability Laboratory has advanced solutions to urban challenges—such as poverty, exclusion, insecurity, and environmental degradation—by promoting evidence-based research to support sustainable, equitable and peaceful cities. Read more
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