DC Environmental Film Festival

Each March in Washington DC, the Environmental Film Festival hosts the largest environmental film festival in the world, presenting 100+ films to audiences of more than 30,000.
Some of the energy-themed films this year are: “Hot Grease,” “The Experimental City,” “The New Fire,”
Dirt Rich,” “In the Hills and Hollows,” “Generation on the Wind,” “Plant Power,” “Point of No Return,” and “Unfractured.”

Numerous films also have climate change as a theme. Among these are “Anote’s Ark,” “Human Flow,” “Thank You for the Rain,” and “High Tide in Dorchester.”

The schedule, locations, cost (if any), and detailed descriptions of all the films can be found at:  https://dceff.org/festival.