Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital seeks to advance public understanding of the environment through the power of film. View their website.

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Winter Programs

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital Youth Screening
The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital (DCEFF) will continue to present its free signature film program for middle and high school students from DCPS and charter schools in all eight wards of the District. This year the screening will be held virtually on the Eventive platform. After viewing the film, a pre-filmed Q&A featuring a member of the film team and/or a subject from the film will be available, thus providing deeper engagement with the topics at hand.
Content Areas: Media, Environment 
Discipline: Digital Media (Film/Photography, Graphic Design)
Resource Type: Filmed Discussion/Q&A, Feature Film + Filmed Q&A
Learning Standards: DCPS High School Environmental Science Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, DCPS High School Social Studies Standards, DCPS Visual Arts Standards
Grades: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Length: 107 minute film + 20-30 minute Q&A - to be confirmed
Accessibility Measures: Adjustable Volume, Closed Captioning
This program/resource is accommodating of students with learning/developmental disabilities.

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