City Paper is not for tourists
The 17th annual Environmental Film Festival kicks off tomorrow, presenting 136 films of various lengths and genres that “provide fresh perspectives on environmental issues facing our planet.”
Did I mention that some of them are free? First up is Creeping Critters!, a children’s program of four shorts that will be will screened at a selection of Washington libraries at 1 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, this week and next.
Also on the agenda is a retrospective of 11 Werner Herzog films, including last year’s Oscar-nominated Encounters at the End of the World.
For more information and a full schedule, visit D.C. Environmental Film Fest.