Film and Event Highlights

Water & Power: A California Heist

Ice Edge - Wild Canada

Between Earth and Sky: Climate Chang...

Death By Design
The Swirl (El Remolino)
Sea of Hope: America's Underwater Tr...
Unbranded: An Epic Ride Through the...
Shorts Program: Think Like a Scienti...
Aletsch: Of Ice and Men
The Shepherd (El Pastor)
Voices from Chernobyl
One Big Home
Rachel Carson
You've Been Trumped, Too
Forgotten Farms
In Pursuit of Silence
Science in a Time of Change: Signatu...
Shorts Program: Migration
Shorts Program: Risk and Resistance
Shorts Program: Spotlight – Bi...
Video Art: Michael Joo
Sixteen Legs
100 Years: One Woman's Fight for Jus...
Animal Homes: Natural Born Engineers
Ants on a Shrimp
Before the Flood
Brothers of the Wind
The Colorado
Conquest of the Skies
The Day the Sun Fell
Flint: A Work-In-Progress
Fort Ord: A Sense of Place
Kedi
Light on Earth
Long Way North
Shorts Program: ‘Horton Hears...
Shorts Program: Conservation I
Shorts Program: Conservation II
Shorts Program: Fusion Project Earth...
Yasuni Man
24 Snow
Angry Inuk
Behold The Earth
Born in China
Colombia: Wild Magic (Colombia: Magi...
Crossing Bhutan
Freightened: The Real Price of Shipp...
Instruments of Change: Lessons from...
Kivalina
Peter and the Farm
Plastic China
Power of the River: Expedition to th...
Shorts Program: International
The Beekeeper and His Son
Behemoth
Gaza Surf Club
Gorongosa Park: Rebirth of Paradise
Modern Day Eden: A Japanese Temple G...
Shorts Program: Eric Moe Award for B...
Tidewater
Tsukiji Wonderland
The Age of Consequences
Antarctica: In The Footsteps of the...
The Most Important Food Films of All...
Fly By Light
A Plastic Ocean
RiverBlue: Can Fashion Save the Plan...
Salero
Pristine Seas: Wild Galapagos
Wild City: Islands
Wild City: Urban Wild
Following Seas
I, Destini
Koneline: Our Land Beautiful
Nuclear Power Play: Screening and Di...
Planet Earth II: CIties
The Prison in Twelve Landscapes
Samuel in the Clouds
Shorts Program: Student Showcase
After the Spill
OK, I’ve Watched the Film, Now...
Death By A Thousand Cuts
Havarie
Last of the Longnecks
The Lost City of Z
Red Desert
Return of the Atom
Silent Land: The Fight for Fair Food
Site of Sites
At the Fork
Daughters of the Dust
RISE: Sacred Water - Standing Rock
RISE: Poisoned River
Sacred Cod
Women of the Rebellion
The Eagle Huntress
Happening: A Work-in-Progress
Holy (Un)Holy River
The Islands and the Whales
Gertrude Bell: Letters from Baghdad
Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman
The Red Turtle
Sea Gypsies: The Far Side of the Wor...
Shorts Program: Outdoor Adventure
Spirts of the Rebellion
Vamizi: Cradle of Coral
The Million Dollar Duck
Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale
Seasons
Shorts Program: Animation Retrospect...
The Last Pig: A Work-in-Progress

Local Events. Global Issues.


For more than 20 years, the Environmental Film Festival has played a critical role in bringing together filmmakers, policymakers, scientists, educators, and citizens committed to the future of our planet.

Each March in Washington, D.C., we host America’s largest environmental film festival, presenting 150+ films to an audience of over 27,000.

By partnering with leading museums, embassies, universities and theaters, we aim to advance the public’s understanding of the environment and inspire action, through the power of film.

Founded in 1993, DCEFF is the longest-running environmental film festival in the United States. It has grown into a major collaborative, cultural event, both during the festival season and all year-round.

DCEFF by the Numbers


27,000+

attendees

154

films

33

countries

88

premieres

271

filmmakers &
special guests

57

venues