The Washington Post
DC Environmental Film Festival
The Environmental Film Festival, or DCEFF, returns to in-person screenings for the first time since 2019. Screenings, which take place at theaters, embassies, museums and universities across the city, use a variety of formats, from feature films to shorts, while focusing on all aspects of the environment. A puppet-driven shadow play about plastic bags; a documentary about Texas wildlife narrated by Matthew Mcconaughey; and the story of Opportunity, a NASA Mars rover, are among the highlights. Of note: Many screenings include Q&A sessions with filmmakers, and many events are free with registration.
When: Through March 26. Times and locations vary.
Where: Full schedule on dceff.org.
Tickets: Free-$25. All-access festival passes $60.