Environmental Film Fest Washington DC
- 2024 Festival Launch PartySave the date for the 2024 Launch Party! Celebrate 32 years of environmental films in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, March 8th in the Atrium of the Warner Building. More details to come soon. Moomins and the Comet Chase (c) Filmkompaniet
- Pre-Festival ScreeningJoin EFF for a screening of Cafeteria Man on Thursday, March 1, 2024 at 10:00 AM at the Warner Theatre. Followed by a discussion with the filmmakers and Chef Tony Geraci. Please click HERE for ticket and reservation information.
- March 13-25, 2024 The 2024 Festival will take place March 13-25. Please check back here for more information about the 20th Anniversary and special events happening before the Festival in March. The full program will be released online in February.
- 30,000 Attend
2023 Festival Record Attendance 30,000+ Filmgoers, 150 Films, 60 Venues, 200+ Filmmakers and Special Guests. EFF presented films from 45 countries, including 80 Washington, D.C., U.S. and World Premieres, in collaboration with over 100 partners.
- 2024 Festival Launch Party Save the date for the 2024 Launch Party! Celebrate 32 years of environmental films in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, March 8th in the Atrium of the Warner Building. More details to come soon. Moomins and the Comet Chase (c) Filmkompaniet
Learn more about Attending Filmmakers & Special Guests
Mary Hardcastle is an award winning filmmaker of two feature length narratives Mixed Blessings and The Visit about juggling family and the natural world. Mary is also manager of Environmental Education for the Parks and People Foundation and is a guiding member of the Greater Baltimore Children & Nature Collaborative. Hardcastle will discussing Mother Nature’s Child….
32th Festival, March 13-25, 2024
The critical role that the environment plays in human health has inspired the theme of the 2024 Festival. Our films will address the relationship between the environment and human health and look toward solutions to ensure a healthy population and environment with the understanding that whatever we do to the environment, we do to ourselves.
Watch free environmental films on EFF’s channel at SnagFilms.com.