Natalia Sinelnikova’s directorial debut We Might As Well Be Dead is a social satire film, which shows a dystopian world where the community selects people to live in a well-guarded high-rise apartment.
Lee Sunday Evans' new drama The Courtroom offers viewers a front row experience of the American immigration court system.
Immersive film Zanzibar: Trouble in Paradise brings audiences into the world of seaweed farmers Nasiri and Hindu, who are dealing with the devastating effects of the climate crisis.
Fashion Reimagined, directed by Becky Hutner, takes audiences behind the scenes of Amy Powney's journey to changed Mother of Pearl's business model and create a sustainable fashion brand.
America's Heartland: Wild Prairie Reborn discusses how the Western grasslands have changed over time and what animals must now do to survive.
The 45th International Environmental Film Festival hosts its virtual festival from May 1 to May 7. Featured films include America's Heartland: Wild Prairie Reborn, The Otter, A Legend Returns, and My Dragon River.
Sydney Bollinger reflects on her experience at DCEFF and discusses some of her favorite films from the festival. She also previews Earth Month at Thursday Matinee.