In Herbaria, Leandro Listorti’s second feature, the filmmaker and archivist draws an extended parallel between the world of cinema and the world of botany, exploring the urgent work of preservation in both, and how plant life can persevere through the moving image. Listorti’s lovely film, and its thoughtful entwining of cinema and flora, planted the proverbial seed for “Botanical Imprints,” a program of eclectic works—including a lobby installation of Nguyễn Trinh Thi’s 2013 single-channel video Landscape #1 and a selection of shorts curated by the Counter-Encounters collective—that encourage the viewer to think more deeply about the plant kingdom in all its diversity, beauty, and vulnerability.