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Photo Album - 2011 Festival Highlights

Photo Album – 2011 Festival Highlights

From March 15 through March 27, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital held 183 film screenings at 60 venues throughout Washington, D.C with 30,000 attendees. The screenings were presented in collaboration with over 100 organizations. The above photo highlights represent just a small sampling of what the 2011 Festival had to offer.

Photos by Kaitlin Whitman and Maribel Guevara.

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Photo Album - 2010 Festival

Photo Album – 2010 Festival

Check out these images from the 2010 Festival!

Photos by: Shannon Holloway 

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Photo Album - Here To Stay

Photo Album – Here To Stay

On March 28, 2010 EFF screened Here To Stay at the Carnegie Institution for Science at 1:30pm.

Photos by: Laura Grageda

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Photo Album - The Music Tree

Photo Album – The Music Tree

Friday, March 26, Otavio Juliano was awarded the first annual Polly Krakora Award for artistry in film for The Music Tree. A reception was held at the Carnegie Institution for Science before the screening of his film.

 Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - Food Fight

Photo Album – Food Fight

On March 26, 2010 EFF screened Food Fight, at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - Auto*Mat

Photo Album – Auto*Mat

On March 25, 2010 EFF screened Auto*Mat at the Embassy of the Czech Republic.

Photos by: Laura Grageda

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Photo Album - An Evening With Chris Palmer

Photo Album – An Evening With Chris Palmer

On March 23, 2010 EFF presented An Evening With Chris Palmer, at American University. Chris gave a lecture about his new book and his experiences as wildlife filmmaker.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - A Man Named Pearl

Photo Album – A Man Named Pearl

On March 22, 2010 EFF screened A Man Named Pearl, at the U.S. National Arboretum. A discussion with the star of the film was held after the screening.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - United Nation

Photo Album – United Nation’s Traveling Film Festival

On March 22, 2010 EFF screened three films from the United Nations Association Traveling Film Festival at 6:30pm at the John Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studeis.

Photos by: Laura Grageda

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Photo Album - Food Fantasies Anacostia Interim Library

Photo Album – Food Fantasies Anacostia Interim Library

March 22, 2010 EFF screened 5 films as part of the food program for children, at the Anacostia Interim LIbrary. Due to rain, the program was moved to Ketchum Elementary School.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - Mon Oncle

Photo Album – Mon Oncle

On March 19th, 2010 EFF screened Jacques Tati’s Mon Oncle at AFI Silver Theatre.

 Photos by: Laura Grageda

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Photo Album - Expedition Wild with Casey Anderson

Photo Album – Expedition Wild with Casey Anderson

Friday, March 19, 2010 National Geographic Society had the World Premiere of Expedition Wild. Naturalist Casey Anderson, featured in film, answered questions after the screening.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - Food Fantasies Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library

Photo Album – Food Fantasies Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library

Thursday, March 18, 2010 EFF screened 5 short films about food for students at the Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library. Filmmaker, Jane Sablow, provided an activity after the screening.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - Jonathan Bird

Photo Album – Jonathan Bird’s Blue World

March 17th 2010, Jonathan Bird’s Blue World screened for school groups at The ARC. With lots of students in attendance Jonathan Bird and his wife, Christine, answered questions after the film.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - GasLand

Photo Album – GasLand

On Marth 16th 2010, the opening night for the 18th annual Environmental Film Festival, GasLand screened to a filled auditorium at the Carnegie Institution for Science. Filmmaker Josh Fox was in attendance and held a Q&A after the film.

Photos by Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - 2010 Pre-Festival Screening of WHAT

Photo Album – 2010 Pre-Festival Screening of WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE? at the Warner Theatre

On March 9, 2010, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital started off with its Pre-Festival event for school groups with the D.C. Premiere of What’s On Your Plate? at the Warner Theatre.

The film was introduced by Peter O’Brien, Executive Director, Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. A discussion with the two stars of the film, Sadie Hope-Gund and Safiyah Kai Russell Riddle, and Sarah Alexander, Food and Water Watch, followed the screening.

Photos by: Kaitlin Whitman

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Photo Album - 2009 Festival Highlights

Photo Album – 2009 Festival Highlights

From March 11 through March 22, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital screened over 140 films at 52 venues throughout Washington, D.C. The screenings were presented in collaboration with over 100 organizations. The above photo highlights represent just a small sampling of what the 2009 Festival had to offer.

Photos by Maribel Guevara, Shannon Holloway, Michelle Kim, Kaitlin Whitman, Erica Wicks Brown, and Christopher Head.

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Photo Album - EFF

Photo Album – EFF’s Tribute to World Water Day

On Saturday, March 22, 2008, the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital paid tribute to UN’s World Water Day with a day-long series of international water films and a panel of various water experts at the Carnegie Institution of Washington. The panel was followed by the Washington D.C. premiere of FLOW: FOR LOVE OF WATER and a closing reception open to the public. EFF Managing Director, Peter O’Brien, and guest film curator, Linda Lilienfeld, welcomed the audience throughout the day and filmmakers Amy Hart and Irena Salina led discussions following their respective films.

Photos by Bruce Guthrie.

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Photo Album - Miss Earth Nation

Photo Album – Miss Earth Nation’s Capital


On Monday, March 10th, 2008, Miss Earth Nation’s Capital, along with a couple EFF staff members, distributed Festival programs in the heart of Dupont Circle to help spread word about the 16th annual Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital.

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Photo Album - Pre-Festival Screening of WAR DANCE at the Warner Theatre

Photo Album – Pre-Festival Screening of WAR DANCE at the Warner Theatre

On Monday, March 3rd, 2008, EFF held its pre-Festival screening of WAR DANCE at the Warner Theatre. The film was screened two times with over 2,500 people attending, including many local school groups. Annie Kaempfer, EFF Executive Director, introduced the film and filmmaker Josie Swantek led a Q&A discussion following the first screening.

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Photo Album - National Archives Screening of WAR DANCE Introduced by Flo Stone

Photo Album – National Archives Screening of WAR DANCE Introduced by Flo Stone

On February 24th, 2008, EFF President & Founder, Flo Stone, introduced a special screening of WAR DANCE at the National Archives. The screening was presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Charles Guggenheim Center for Documentary Film and the Foundation for the National Archives. Flo Stone was welcomed by Thomas Nastick, Producer, Public Programs, Center for the National Archives Experience.

Photos by Bruce Guthrie. 

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Photo Album - Russell & Aileen Train Tribute Benefit Dinner

Photo Album – Russell & Aileen Train Tribute Benefit Dinner

On November 14th, 2007, EFF paid tribute to noted environmentalists, Russell and Aileen Train, at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington, D.C.

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