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15th Annual Environmental Film Festival

The Environmental Film Festival is happening again in Washington, DC from March 15th through the 25th. 115 films dedicated to environmental issues will be showcased during the festival.

Check out information about the film festival and see if there are films you'd like to view here: http://www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org/.

To celebrate what would be Rachel Carson's 100th birthday, there is also a pre-festival performance at the Carnegie Institute of Washington this Friday.

Let us know what films you saw or which ones you are most looking forward to viewing by leaving a comment.

March 7, 2007 in Environment | Permalink


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Posted by: BenP at Mar 11, 2007 3:37:28 PM

Has anyone heard about the new documentary "The Unforseen" yet? It follows the struggles of a small town community as they struggle to come to terms with business developments on a beloved natural landmark. Looks very interesting, and is featured in the “Lone Star States” section of SXSW 2007. You can find an inverew with director Laura Dunn here:

Posted by: Bradley at Mar 8, 2007 2:06:19 PM

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