Category Archives: Follow Our Films

Updates on the films that have shown in our festival.

‘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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Love of the Natural World

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…

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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 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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Watch Online Wednesdays

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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Watch Online Wednesdays

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…

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Watch Online Wednesdays

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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Watch Online Wednesdays

Watch Online Wednesdays presents a film from our 2012 festival, Waste Land (90 min.) directed and produced by Lucy Walker. The film follows Brooklyn-based modern artist Vik Muniz…

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Watch Online Wednesdays

Watch Online Wednesdays brings you The Lost Thing, directed by Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan. Based on a picture book by multi-award-winning author and illustrator…

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Watch Online Wednesdays features America’s Wildest Refuge, directed and produced by Clint Cowen and Alex Waite. This documentary (55 min.) treats The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge…

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