HBO and AMNH "Saving My Tomorrow" Film Series Part 3 on Earth Day

In a unique partnership, HBO Documentary Films and the American Museum of Natural History present SAVING MY TOMORROW PART THREE, the latest installment in a six-part series of family specials about the environment, debuting on Earth Day, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 (7:30-8:00 p.m. ET/PT).

HBO Documentary and American Museum of Natural History Saving My Tomorrow Film Series

The Earth Day special showcases kids sharing their thoughts on a range of environmental issues, from endangered animals and pollution to climate change. The special follows young advocates like ten-year-old Grace and fellow members of Plant-for-the-Planet in Seattle as they plant trees in an effort to decrease CO2 levels.

Other HBO playdates: April 23 (6:30 a.m.), 25 (3:15 p.m.) and 27 (8:00 a.m.)

HBO2 playdates: April 28 (9:15 a.m.) and 30 (7:30 p.m.), and May 1 (8:00 a.m.), 10 (8:15 a.m.), 14 (3:00 p.m.), and 18 (9:10 a.m.)

Saving My Tomorrow Part 3: (HBO Documentary Films)

Interspersed are readings by Alan Cumming (on the destruction of the Amazon rainforest) and Laura Dern (on threats to the albatross), a conversation between musician Pharrell Williams and kids, and a previously unreleased performance, recorded by HBO, of the late Pete Seeger, singing with his great-niece and nephew.

Behind the scenes at the American Museum of Natural History feature scientists Christopher Filardi, PhD (the Museum’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation), Christopher Raxworthy, PhD (Department of Herpetology), Michael Novacek, PhD (Provost of Science), Mande Holford, PhD (Division of Invertebrate Zoology), Melanie Stiassny, PhD (Department of Ichthyology), Mark Siddall, PhD (Division of Invertebrate Zoology) and Paul Sweet (Department of Ornithology).

A lyrical mix of science, animation and music, SAVING MY TOMORROW celebrates the wonders of the natural world and is a call from kids to kids to help take care of the planet.

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