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Save the Date for the 2016 Environmental Film Festival

Nov 30, 2015 03:24PM
The 24th annual Environmental Film Festival in the nation’s capital, the largest and longest-running environmental film festival in the country is set for March 15 to 26 with screenings at locations throughout the city. More than 100 films have been selected to provide fresh perspectives on a wide variety of environmental issues facing earth.

“Parks: Protecting Wild,” exploring the vital role of parks and protected areas on our planet, will be the focus of the selection for the 2016 festival films. Screenings will include discussion with filmmakers, scientists and policy makers, and many are free.

More information is available online at DCEFF.org. The complete schedule of films will be announced online in FebruaryNB_EFilm Festival

 

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