Viewers around the world can enjoy more than 100 films during the 10-day event This year, the largest environmental film festival in the world can be streamed straight into your living room. From March 18 to 28, the 29th annual DC Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital (DCEFF) will feature more than 100 movies from filmmakers around the world. Each film will be screened live and on-demand—dozens of which will be free—and are paired with panels, Q&As, and guest appearances by celebrities such as Academy Award winners Jane Fonda and James Cameron. Since the inception of the DCEFF in 1993, the festival has been committed to deepening awareness of global environmental issues, all while providing a learning experience that’s immersive, entertaining, and inspiring. “We’re really trying to get viewers to understand what a visceral, powerful experience these films can be,” Chris Head, the executive director of the festival, told Sierra . “They can be a gut punch.” While this year’s selection of films was not organized around a particular theme, a tone of cautious optimism is prevalent, thanks to President Biden’s election, Head says. “We’re very enthusiastic and excited about the many changes we’re already seeing from the […]


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