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Watch Online Wednesdays features “Amazing Grace,” winner of the 2014 Festival’s Eric Moe Sustainability Award. This documentary short follows Lloyd Maanyina, a man from Livingstone,…

Watch Online Wednesdays features “Catch It,” directed by Sarah Menzies, founder of Let Media. The short film, which premiered at our 2015 Festival, documents the…

Watch Online Wednesdays features a short from our 2015 festival, produced by Conservation International’s campaign, “Nature Is Speaking.” In this stunning series, Julia Roberts is the voice of an imperial…

Watch Online Wednesdays presents a film from our 2012 festival, Waste Land (90 min.) directed and produced by Lucy Walker. The film follows Brooklyn-based modern artist Vik Muniz…

Watch Online Wednesdays brings you The Lost Thing, directed by Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan. Based on a picture book by multi-award-winning author and illustrator…

Watch Online Wednesdays features America’s Wildest Refuge, directed and produced by Clint Cowen and Alex Waite. This documentary (55 min.) treats The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge…

Environmental Film Festival Presents:  Watch Online Wednesdays Watch Online Wednesdays features Cane Toads: The Conquest. Written, directed, and produced by Mark Lewis, this documentary follows Australia’s…

On September 22, 2015 EFF held its annual luncheon benefit at Restaurant Nora. Our guests heard remarks from Dominique Browning, co-founder and senior director of…

Watch Online Wednesdays features Alexandre Philippe’s The Right to Breathe. This documentary short (20 min.) interweaves compelling individual stories to shape a larger narrative about…

Environmental Film Festival Introduces:  Watch Online Wednesdays The Environmental Film Festival is launching a new weekly post—Watch Online Wednesdays. Every Wednesday, we will present a…

The 2015 Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, the country’s largest and longest-running environmental film festival, presented 173 engaging and illuminating films from March…

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