Founded in 1993, The Environmental Film Festival (DCEFF) in the Nation's Capital is the largest film festival of its kind in the world. For more than 20 years, the Environmental Film Festival has played a critical role in bringing together filmmakers, scientists, educators, and people like you committed to the planet's future. Each March in Washington, D.C., the Environmental Film Festival host America’s largest environmental film festival, screening over 150+ films to an audience of nearly 30,000. By working with leading museums, embassies, universities and theaters, the festival hopes to advance the public’s understanding of the environment and inspire change, through the power of film. So mark your calendars!