The 22nd annual Environmental Film Festival is in its 22nd year in our Nation’s capital. The festival this year will be presenting cinematic works from 38 countries in many genres including documentary, narrative, animated, archival, and experimental films as well as children’s films on environmental issues facing earth from March 18th through the 30th.
Films from the official photo stills in the slideshow will be shown as follows:
“Watermark” from Canada is a 92 minute documentary exploring out relationship with water on the planet. The film will be shown at Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium
1530 P St., NW (Metro: Dupont Circle)
“Z’Alp” from Switzerland is a 100 minute documentary of cultural insight into cattle drives through the Alps. The film screening is officially booked, but check with the festival website for more information.
“Journey To The South Pacific” is a 40 minute 3D IMAX film exploring the islands of the South Pacific, narrated by Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett is showing at the National Museum of Natural History, Johnson IMAX Theatre, 10th St. & Constitution Ave., NW
(Metro: Smithsonian or Federal Triangle)
“Sustainable D.C.” will be shown as part of several shorts highlighting the current initiatives to make D.C. ‘green’. The project will be shown at Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium, 1530 P St., NW, (Metro: Dupont Circle)
“Africa: Kalahari”, from the UK, is an award-winning 59 minute film showcasing the animals and their survival in the ever-changing environment of the Kalahari. The film will be screened at the National Museum of Natural History, Baird Auditorium, 10th St. & Constitution Ave., NW
(Metro: Federal Triangle, Smithsonian)
For the most up-to-date information on screenings, films synopsize, and ticket information, please go to the Festival website at www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org.