From left to right: Producer Brett Ratner, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, University of Miami marine anthropologist Kenny Broad, Miami Waterkeeper Executive Director Rachel Silverstein, actor and producer Leonardo DiCaprio and director Fisher Stevens pose Tuesday night after a panel discussion about the documentary “Before the Flood.”
From left to right: Producer Brett Ratner, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, University of Miami marine anthropologist Kenny Broad, Miami Waterkeeper Executive Director Rachel Silverstein, actor and producer Leonardo DiCaprio and director Fisher Stevens pose Tuesday night after a panel discussion about the documentary “Before the Flood.” City of Miami Beach Provided to the Miami Herald
From left to right: Producer Brett Ratner, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, University of Miami marine anthropologist Kenny Broad, Miami Waterkeeper Executive Director Rachel Silverstein, actor and producer Leonardo DiCaprio and director Fisher Stevens pose Tuesday night after a panel discussion about the documentary “Before the Flood.” City of Miami Beach Provided to the Miami Herald

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