2014 Films World Premiere Chesapeake, The Sandy Cannon-Brown MARCH 22 1:30 PM Presented with: the National Museum of Natural History’s Ocean Initiative Venue: National Museum of Natural History…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

MAN WHO STOPPED THE DESERT, THE (c) 1080 Films THE MAN WHO STOPPED THE DESERT (United Kingdom, 2010, 62 min.) Yacouba Sawadogo, an illiterate African peasant farmer, has…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

U.S. Premiere SIMBIOSIS: JOURNEY TO THE HEART OF THE TROPICS (c) Ojala Communication SIMBIOSIS: JOURNEY TO THE HEART OF THE TROPICS (Costa Rica, 2011, 55 min.) United States…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

2013 Films AFRICAN QUEEN, THE MARCH 16 1:00 PM Directed by: John Huston Presented with: Earth Matters Venue: National Museum of American History FIND ON MAP The African…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

2013 Films Washington D.C. Premiere PEACE OUT (c) Charles Wilkinson MARCH 16 2:00 PM Directed by: Charles Wilkinson Venue: Mount Pleasant Neighborhood Library FIND ON MAP Normal 0…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

Washington D.C. Premiere SHELTER IN PLACE (c) Zed Nelson Shown as part of the multi-day, multi-venue Health and the Environment Film Series SHELTER IN PLACE (USA, 2009, 48…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

COWS ARE NICE (KOR AR FINA) Selections from Slow Food on Film COWS ARE NICE (KOR AR FINA) (Sweden, 2007, 13 min.) “Small is beautiful” was once a…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

Washington D.C. Premiere CRUDE IMPACT CRUDE IMPACT (USA, 2006, 97 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere In 1956 M. King Hubbert, a geologist at Shell Research Labs, shocked the oil…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

2014 Films BERLIN: SYMPHONY OF A GREAT CITY Berlin: Symphony of a Great City MARCH 22 5:30 PM Directed by: Venue: AFI Silver Theatre FIND ON MAP BERLIN:…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

An Impact Filmmaking Panel with Experts in the Field Film clips and Panel Discussion, hosted and moderated by Chris Palmer, Director, Center for Environmental Filmmaking, School of Communication,…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

An arboretum is a living museum where trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes. The National Arboretum was established in 1927 by an…

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital