“The environment doesn’t have to be a partisan issue — or so one film festival is trying to show” — Washington Post
“Since 1993, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital (DCEFF) has been enthralling and educating people in the D.C. area with hundreds of movies.” – Washington Parent | Katie Schubert
“To fit the tastes of a city that attracts people to work on public policy and politics, the festival’s 100-plus films touch on a myriad of topics and formats.” – Roll Call | Jason Dick
“…a Washington institution, but also in many ways a national and planetary institution…” – The Georgetowner | Gary Tischler
Press for the 26th Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital
- The Eagle (American University), March 29, 2018, D.C. Environmental Film Festival closes 26th festival
- Environmental News Service, March 26, 2018, Eye Candy to Inspire Earth-Loving Audiences
- The Hoya, March 23, 2018, Environmental Film Festival Combines Art and Activism
- Washington Post, March 20, 2018, A new film takes us inside the mind — and the gardens — of Piet Oudolf
- WJLA, March 16, 2018, Love and Bananas at the 26th Annual Environmental Film Festival
- Roll Call, March 16, 2018, An Environmental Film Festival That Aims for a Big Tent
- Variety, March 15, 2018, Environmental Film Festival Spotlights Frontlines of Eco-Activism
- WTOP, March 15, 2018, Environmental Film Festival hopes movies can heal Mother Nature
- Washington City Paper, March 14, 2018, What to See at This Year’s Environmental Film Fest
- Cinema Siren, March 8, 2018, The Environmental Film Fest in DC Metro Area
- Washington Parent, March 2, 2018, D.C. Environmental Film Festival 2018
The 27th Annual Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital will take place in March 2019.
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