TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE, THE Films on the Hill at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE (USA, 1936, 102 min.) A coal…

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Washington D.C. Premiere BEFORE TOMORROW BEFORE TOMORROW (Canada, 2008, 93 min.) Co-presented by the National Museum of the American Indian Washington, D.C. Premiere Two elders in an Inuit…

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WARRIORS OF QIUGANG, THE Shown as part of the multi-day, multi-venue Health and the Environment Film Series THE WARRIORS OF QIUGANG (China, 2010, 39 min.) Villagers in central…

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2013 Films Washington D.C. Premiere HOT TUNA (c) Wayne Davis MARCH 19 12 NOON Directed by: Rick Rosenthal Venue: National Geographic Society FIND ON MAP 0 Normal 0…

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Washington D.C. Premiere TASTE THE WASTE (c) Schnittstelle/Thurn Film TASTE THE WASTE (Germany, 2011, 90 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere More than half of our food lands in the…

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RENEWAL RENEWAL (USA, 2008, 88 min.) Across the nation, people of faith are standing up for the environment. Evangelical Christians are fighting mountaintop removal, a coal mining process…

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Washington D.C. Premiere IN ORGANIC WE TRUST (c) Pasture Pictures Shown as part of the multi-day, multi-venue Health and the Environment Film Series IN ORGANIC WE TRUST (USA,…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

ANSEL ADAMS ANSEL ADAMS (USA, 2002, 97 min.) An elegant, moving and lyrical portrait of the most eloquent of American photographers, this film explores the meaning and legacy…

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GREAT FOOD REVOLUTION, THE: 24 HOURS, 24 MILLION MEALS Shown as part of the Food & Agriculture Film Series THE GREAT FOOD REVOLUTION: 24 HOURS, 24 MILLION MEALS…

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MONUMENTAL: DAVID BROWER’S FIGHT TO PROTECT WILD AMERICA (c) Bullfrog Films MONUMENTAL: DAVID BROWER’S FIGHT TO PROTECT WILD AMERICA (USA, 2003, 74 min.) Protecting Wild Lands, 20th Anniversary…

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Washington D.C. Premiere PLASTIC PLANET PLASTIC PLANET (Austria / Germany, 2009, 95 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere In this playful look at a serious subject, award-winning documentary filmmaker Werner…

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The EFF printed program serves as an essential guide to the 23rd annual Environmental Film Festival, providing description and schedule information for our films, lectures, panel discussions and…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

MONKEY THIEVES: SEARCHING FOR SANCTUARY Winners from 2010 Wildscreen Festival MONKEY THIEVES: SEARCHING FOR SANCTUARY (Netherlands, 2009, 30 min.) As Rani and Kamal’s half of the troop continues…

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U.S. Premiere ANIMALS IN LOVE (LES ANIMAUX AMOUREUX) ANIMALS IN LOVE (LES ANIMAUX AMOUREUX) (France, 2007, 90 min.) United States Premiere Every year, at every season, the entire…

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2013 Films BENY, BACK TO THE WILD (c) Damien Chatard The Good Factory MARCH 17 2:15 PM Directed by: Alain Tixier Presented with: Earth Matters Venue: National Museum…

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HANANPACHA (THE WORLD ABOVE) HANANPACHA (THE WORLD ABOVE) (Perú, 2009, 50 min.) In the native Quechua language of the Andes, Hananpacha means “the world above.” This breathtaking visual…

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2011 Films COCHENGO MIRANDA MARCH 22 6:30 PM Directed by: Jorge Prelorán Venue: Embassy of Argentina FIND ON MAP COCHENGO MIRANDA (Argentina, 1974/2003, 54 min.) The reveries, pains…

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