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Environmental Film Festival in the National’s Capital


Noon – 2:30 PM


The National Archives, 700 Constitution Ave., NW (Map)




Presented by the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital and the National Archives, the film program highlighting U.S. national parks fits very well with the theme of the 2016 National Cherry Blossom Festival’s celebration of the centennial of the National Park Service. The Environmental Film Festival, which attracts 30,000 people to our 12-day Festival in March, has been a participant in the National Cherry Blossom Festival for several years. A nonprofit organization, the Environmental Film Festival presents 80 percent of our screenings free to the public.

Getting There:

Metro- Archives-Navy Mem’l – Penn Quarter Station Use Trip Planner.

Contact Information:

P: 202-342-2564
E: helen@dceff.org
W: www.dceff.org