Category Archives: Follow Our Films

Updates on the films that have shown in our festival.

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…

Sam Sheline’s short film Harbinger about the extinction of Panama’s national animal, the golden frog, premiered at DCEFF 2016. “Things have been busy since the 2016…

The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital partners with filmmakers, environmental experts, community activists and local organizations to host DCEFF 365, a year-round lineup of screenings…

Josh Fox is a writer, director and environmental activist, as well as the founder and artistic director of the International WOW Company, a film and theater…

Jake Oelman is a director and producer of independent feature films. In 2011 Oelman produced a concert documentary about the annual Electric Daisy Carnival, the…

Today’s Watch Online Wednesdays brings you a thought-provoking short from our 2015 Festival, “Ecosystems, War and Climate Change,” directed and produced by Alice and Lincoln Day.…

Watch Online Wednesdays presents “A Deeper Creek: The Watchable Waters of Appalachia,” directed by Jeremy Monroe and Dave Herasimtschuk, and produced by Freshwaters Illustrated, in…

This week, Watch Online Wednesdays brings you a short from our 2015 Festival, “Find Yourself in Rock Creek Park,” directed by Jorge Ribas. Rock Creek…

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…

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