Category Archives: Follow Our Films

Updates on the films that have shown in our festival.

FYI, Californians Didn’t Invent Surfing: A Look at the True Origins of Surf Culture

  Picture a surfer on a sandy beach and it’s likely that a sandy-haired Californian comes to mind. But this wasn’t always the case. First,…

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Director Jon Bowermaster Captures the Changing Tides of Man and Sea

  It’s #FilmmakerFriday! And today we’re checking in with DCEFF alum Jon Bowermaster, writer, filmmaker and adventurer extraordinaire. Bowermaster has written a dozen books and…

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#FilmmakerFriday: 2016 Filmmaker Brings New Documentary Closer to Home

Filmmaker Behind 2016 Film ‘Haida Gwaii’ Brings New Film Closer to Home “You say ‘I am working on a movie about Haida Gwai’ and they…

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‘City of Trees’ Film Hits Netflix!

  Big News for 2016 Festival Filmmakers Brandon and Lance Kramer City of Trees  screened twice at the 24th Annual Environmental Film Festival, before its public…

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#ThrowbackThursday: Science Magazine Revists Films from #DCEFF25

2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital [DCEFF], an annual cultural event in Washington, D.C., that features dozens…

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Sundance Now Highlights Environmental Film Festival Favorites

Environmental Film Festival Favorites Available on Sundance Now Sundance Now brings you the best in award-winning films, documentaries & binge- worthy TV series.  We are…

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Free Community Screenings for Earth Day & Montgomery County GreenFest

  Upcoming year-round films include the 2017 Festival short Fix and Release, directed by Scott Dobson.   Sunday, April 9 at 4:00 PM – HOMETOWN HABITAT…

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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…

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Campaign Continues for DCEFF 2016’s ‘Jumbo Wild’

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…

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Sam Sheline: Dispatches from the Festival Circuit

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…

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‘Death By A Thousand Cuts’ Film Goes From Personal to Polemic

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…

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How to Let Go of – and Change – the World

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…

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