Relive your favorite moments from the 2015 festival! В  From theВ 173 films we screened over 13 days, we’ve created 13 albums of more than 700 photos. В  Visit…

Guest blog by Steve Fisher, director of the film Silent River, winner ofВ theВ 2015 Eric Moe Sustainability Film Award. Click here to watch the film online. For the past…

Guest blog by Chris Palmer, EFF Advisory Council Member and author of the book Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker. Like many others in the wildlife filmmaking community, I…

Thank you for coming out to see Project Wild Thing. The message is simple: get your kids outside and moving. The film cites that time spent playing outside…

The National Audubon Society presented Flo Stone, Founder and President Emerita of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, with the Rachel Carson Award at The Plaza…

The 2015 Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, the country’s largest and longest-running environmental film festival, presented 173 engaging and illuminating films from March 17-29 at 55…

Close to 200 people braved a thunderstorm to see our presentation of Indian Point at E Street Cinema on Tuesday. Following the screening, audience members participated in an…

Here’s an advanced preview of some of our most stunning 2015 Festival films. В Like what you see? В Explore our A-Z Film Listings and Festival Schedule to start planning…

Guest blog by Adam Leipzig, CEO of Entertainment Media Partners and former President of National Geographic Films. With the 23rd installment of the Environmental Film Festival now under…

In honor of the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, DCEFF is presenting two exciting films: INHABIT: A Permaculture Perspective April 22, 2015 A Washington, DC PremiereВ Presented by EFF…