Category Archives: Video

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)…

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…

  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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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.…

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,…

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