Category Archives: Festival Highlights

Highlights from our festival program.

In Our Own Backyards

Laura Yale learned at a young age how talented she was at getting lost in the mountains. After earning a BA in Journalism from the…

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Sustainable Farming & the Survival of the Human Race

Spencer MacDonald is an independent documentary filmmaker born in NYC, raised in San Francisco and currently based in Portland, Oregon. What began as a desire…

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Best of the 24th Annual Festival

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The Weird World of Slime Molds

  Tim Grabham is a filmmaker, visual artist, and animator based in the United Kingdom. He has been directing independent short films for over 20…

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What Do We Do After Water?

Merri Lisa Trigilio has an art degree in photography and film, and a doctorate degree in Geosciences. After fifteen years working as a geophysicist and later…

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Gaining Access to Indigenous Voices

Sara Canals is a journalist specialized in international affairs undertaking a Master’s program in Global Affairs at New York University with a Fulbright Scholarship. Sara…

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Tyke Did Not Die In Vain

Stefan Moore has been a producer/director and executive producer of documentaries in the USA, Britain and Australia. His documentaries have received four Emmys and numerous…

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A Lesson in Giving Up Control

Ted Wood is an editorial photographer and multimedia producer based in Boulder, CO. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Smithsonian, National Wildlife, The New…

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Maintaining Nature’s Beauty

  Hans den Hartog was born and raised in The Netherlands. He was educated in mechanical engineering, and he worked for many years in the…

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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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How Today’s Science Fiction Can Shape Tomorrow

  Miguel Drake-McLaughlin is a movie lover who has been lucky enough to shoot feature films and to direct shorts for causes that inspire him. Miguel…

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2015 DCEFF in Photos

Relive your favorite moments from the 2015 festival! From our 173 films over 13 days, we’ve created 13 albums of over 700 photos. Visit our…

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