The Hollomon Price Foundation Climate Change Series

Part of the 2021 Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital

This year’s all-virtual Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital features four films presented by the Hollomon Price Foundation’s Climate Change Series. DCEFF is grateful for the support of the Hollomon Price Foundation in making these films available to view, free of charge, to the public. 

 

The purpose of the Hollomon Price Foundation (HPF) is the protection, preservation, and reclamation of the Earth by supporting charitable, non-profit entities and other qualified entities focused on protecting and preserving people, plants, animals and the natural systems upon which all life depends in ways that advance the lasting welfare of present and future generations. HPF endeavors to promote hope for humankind, create a new environmentally conscious way of life for humankind, and establish sustainable resources that do not spoil or diminish the natural systems supporting all life on Earth.

 

Included in the Climate Change Series are:

 

Into the Dark

Screening as part of Shorts: Climate Connections

 

 

The Climate Limbo

Screening as part of Shorts: Climate Connections

 

 

Along the Winisk River

Screening as part of Shorts: Climate Connections

 

 

Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective

Screening includes a live discussion on Sunday, March 21

 

 

 

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