The Green Room

Local events, global issues and the latest in environmental film.

Q&A: Female Filmmakers Spotlight

Filmmaker Dana Romanoff on ‘Canyon Song’ An obvious takeaway is the beauty of Canyon de Chelly and its appeal, drawing even more visitors. But it is…

PHOTOS: A Fisherman and the Sea

Being a Fisherman is Far Bigger Than a Job In the northeastern part of the Philippines, lifelong fisherman Rodel Bolaños rises before the sun in…

Festival Spotlight: The Colorado

March 18: The Colorado’Preceded by Short ‘What You Take Away: A Colorado River Reflection.’ Follow the journey of The Colorado, through the prehistoric settlement of the…

#DCEFF25 Youth Film Award Finalists

99 CENTS (1 min) Miles Tiller, 13; Lucien Anderson, 13; Ketan Mampara, 13, Washington Latin Public Charter School (Ward 6)   CITY’S END (1:09 min)…

WATCH: Young DC Envirofilm-makers in Action

DC There sure is some amazing talent coming out of the nation’s capital! Last Friday, Jan. 27 marked the end of the #DCEFF25 Digital Shorts Competition. Funded…

Sundance 2017 Films Spotlight Climate Change

This Year’s Sundance Entries Include DCEFF 2017’s Opening Night Film ‘Water & Power’ The Sundance Film Festival will open its 33rd edition with a climate-change documentary…

It’s Your Neighborhood, Tell Your Story

  Helpful Tips for Young Storytellers [DC TEENS: SHARE YOUR STORY WITH @dcenvirofilm TO WIN A $1000 CASH PRIZE!] While just turning up and exploring an area…

VIDEO: Why Humans Are the Worst

  London-based illustrator and animator Steve Cutts takes a wry look at mans sketchy relationship with the natural world. See for yourself. No dialogue. Just…

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