The 23rd annual Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital explores the pervasive impact of climate change on our planet through a special focus on Climate Connections. This series of films, speakers and events explores the effects of this challenging global phenomenon on the world’s natural systems and resources. See the schedule below for more information. Most of the films are free, click through each event to be sure. Some allow for advance RSVP but many are just first come first seated, recommend you arrive early to get in as lines tend to form before the screenings.
Free film screenings below are organized by day but not by time, click for details
some may require RSVP, especially the ones at Embassies
See metro trip-planner for best bus and metro access.
Eight films at the Carnegie Institution for Science
- Animated Life of A.R. Wallace
- City Under the Sea
- Gardeners of Eden
- Living Wild
- Silencing the Thunder
- The Frog Photographer