On Tuesday, October 4th, The New World Center hosted a screening of “Before The Flood,” a documentary about climate change, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Fisher Stevens. After the screening, Mark Ruffalo introduced a panel discussion with DiCaprio, Fisher Stevens, Mayor Philip Levine, UM marine anthropologist, Kenny Broad and marine biologist/executive director of Miami Waterkeeper, Rachel Silverstein.
Thierry Isambert Culinary and Event Design is the exclusive caterer to the New World Center, and for this event, hors d'ouevres and refreshments were served to the VIP guests backstage.
The screening and panel discussion took place in front of a full house in the New World Center’s Performance Hall. The hall seats 756 people and is a highly configurable space which has attracted international attention for its technical/multimedia capabilities and acoustic integrity.
Designed by world renowned architect, Frank Gehry, the New World Center is home to the New World Symphony under the artistic direction of Michael Tilson Thomas. Located in the heart of Miami Beach, the center is also a highly sought-after event venue offering a number of unique spaces including the Performance Hall, the Atrium with its vaulted ceiling and six stories of natural light, the 2700 sq. ft. SunTrust Pavilion, and the Rooftop Garden featuring a panoramic vista from Biscayne Bay to the Atlantic Ocean.
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