Category Archives: Video

#ThrowbackThursday: DCEFF’s Youth Media Workshop @ THEARC

There’s nothing quite like nostalgia. And on nice summer days like this one, we’re reminded of great memories. Remember when we hosted our first youth…

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#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)…

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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…

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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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VIDEO: Revolutionizing Food Access in the Nation’s Capital

The Fresh Food Factory is leading the fight against DC food deserts. What is a food desert, you ask? A food desert is a low-income…

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WATCH: The Beauty of a Glacier In Action

Ever seen what a glacier looks like up close? Then here’s your chance to meet Helheim, a glacier in Greenland of exquisite beauty at every scale. With…

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Why ‘Unlocking the Cage’ Matters

Monica Miller is an attorney with the Nonhuman Rights Project, whose long-term litigation campaign on behalf of chimpanzees and other animals is the subject of…

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WATCH: ‘In Search of Zotz’ Trailer

Each year, DCEFF honors a new class of award-winning films about the environment. At the 2016 Festival, our Eric Moe Award, which celebrates short films on sustainability, went…

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Pre-Festival Screening for Local Students

Each year, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital serves the local community by providing an annual, free screening for a large number of D.C.…

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Watch Online Wednesdays

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.…

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Watch Online Wednesdays

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…

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Watch Online Wednesdays

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…

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