Category Archives: Festival Highlights

Highlights from our festival program.

Antarctica: Ice and the Sky CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW Drilling down into the Antarctic ice fields in the 1950s, Claude Lorius brought about a…

Last month was filled with 13 days of outstanding environmental films and engaging discussions. Our 25th Anniversary Festival took place March 14-26, 2017. at nearly 40…

Film Review: “Between Earth and Sky” The documentary was particularly powerful in capturing the undeniable effects climate change has on people and the soil in…

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…

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…

Director Nick Waggoner’s Jumbo Wild Screened at the 24th Annual Environmental Film Festival Since Patagonia released the feature film Jumbo Wild in October 2015, more than 56,000…

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…

In a recent feature entitled, “Fighting for our future,” staff members from Science magazine shared their thoughts on 12 films from the 2016 Festival. Take a look at the…

Brad Forder is currently the Director of Programmer for the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. He has worked as the director of photography…

Missing the excitement of March? So are we! Thank goodness for year-round programming. But to hold you over until our next off-season screening, the Festival…

Alice Day is a DCEFF Advisory Council Member. She is a board member of Council for a Livable World and member of the Center for Arms Control…

Daniel Glick worked for “Newsweek” for 13 years as a Washington correspondent and a roving Rocky Mountain correspondent. He has also written for “National Geographic,”…

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