For Movie and Environment Lovers: The Environmental Film Festival Is Here
Posted by Elisa Lai
| March 19, 2010
(image courtesy of Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital)
For movie and environment lovers in Washington D.C., this is the perfect chance to satisfy your movie crave. From March 16th to the 28th, 155 documentary, feature, animated, archival, experimental, and children’s films on the theme of food and environment are at your palate. There are of course several films featuring climate change and its impacts on soil and food production. Recommended films include:
One Degree Matters (Denmark, 2009, 57 min.)
The Burning Season (Australia, 2009, 90 min.)
The Last Days of Shishmaref (Netherlands, 2008, 91 min.)
Soil in Good Heart (USA, 2008, 14 min.)
Climate Refugees (USA, 2010, 95 min.)
The Age of Stupid (United Kingdom, 2009, 93 min.)
Plan B: Mobilizing to Save Civilization (50 min. work-in-progress)
Carbon Nation (USA, 2010, 83 min.)
Click here for information on films, times, and locations.
The cost of a movie ticket is mostly free!
The cost of transportation is around….let’s say….5 dollars.
Showing love for the environment and getting more knowledge on Climate change and food security is PRICELESS!
More events on environmental film:
03/24, American University: Student Environmental Short Film Festival
3/22-26, Filmmakers for Conservation: Film Submission to Wild Screen Festival