Environmental Film Festival

Frieghtened

" Freightened"

Monday, March 20, 2017, 6:30 pm

FREIGHTENED  (USA, 2016, 84 MIN) Dir. Denis Delestrac A Powerful DC Environmental Film Festival Screening that looks at the how the cargo shipping industry moves goods around the world. 90% of the goods we consume in the West are manufactured in far-off lands and brought to us by ship. The cargo shipping industry is a key player in world economy and forms the basis of our very model of modern civilization.
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Yasuni Man

Friday, March 24, 2017, 12:00 pm

YASUNI MAN (USA, 2016, 93 MIN) Dir. Ryan Patrick Killackey Journey with us as we explore the Amazon rain forest through the eyes of Yasuni Man. This DC Environmental Film Festival documentary feature explores the Yasuni biosphere of Amazonian Ecuador, the world's most biodiverse forest, and the Waorani, an indigenous Amazonian tribe plagued by exploitation, deception and murder. It's a real-life Avatar story!
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"After the Spill"

Thursday, March 23, 2017, 6:00 pm

AFTER THE SPILL (USA, 2015, 62 MIN) DIRECTED BY JON BOWERMASTER
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Environmental Film Festival: Saving Jamaica Bay

SAVING JAMAICA BAY (USA, 2016, 76 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere Saving Jamaica Bay tells the story of how one community led by a family with roots in the area stretching back more than 100 years fought the government and overcame Hurricane Sandy to clean up and restore the largest open space in New York City, which had become a dumping ground for garbage, sewage, sludge and bullet-riddled mobsters.  Directed by David Sigal. Produced and written by Daniel Hedrick
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Environmental Film Festival: Baobabs Between Land and Sea

BAOBABS BETWEEN LAND AND SEA (France, 2015, 56 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere
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Environmental Film Festival: Dark Side of the Chew

DARK SIDE OF THE CHEW (USA, 2014, 60 min.) U.S. Premiere
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Environmental Film Festival: Children's Shorts

Join us for an hour of short films for children as part of this year's Environmental Film Festival.  This year's shorts are:Captain Fish (France, 2014, 7 min.) When a little girl realizes that the frozen fish fingers her parents feed her were once living fish, she tries to send them back to the sea. Directed and produced by John Banana.Elephant and the Bicycle (France/Belgium, 2014, 9 min.)
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Environmental Film Festival: Children's Shorts

Join us for an hour of short films for children as part of this year's Environmental Film Festival.  This year's shorts are:Captain Fish (France, 2014, 7 min.) When a little girl realizes that the frozen fish fingers her parents feed her were once living fish, she tries to send them back to the sea. Directed and produced by John Banana.Elephant and the Bicycle (France/Belgium, 2014, 9 min.)
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Environmental Film Festival: Children's Shorts

Join us for an hour of short films for children as part of this year's Environmental Film Festival.  This year's shorts are:Captain Fish (France, 2014, 7 min.) When a little girl realizes that the frozen fish fingers her parents feed her were once living fish, she tries to send them back to the sea. Directed and produced by John Banana.Elephant and the Bicycle (France/Belgium, 2014, 9 min.)
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Environmental Film Festival: Children's Shorts

Join us for an hour of short films for children as part of this year's Environmental Film Festival.  This year's shorts are:Captain Fish (France, 2014, 7 min.) When a little girl realizes that the frozen fish fingers her parents feed her were once living fish, she tries to send them back to the sea. Directed and produced by John Banana.Elephant and the Bicycle (France/Belgium, 2014, 9 min.)

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