Environmental Film Festival Starts Today

envirofilm.pngEncouraging Green to be the new Red, White and Blue, the 15th annual DC Environmental Film Festival kicks off today and runs through next weekend, featuring some of the best environmental films of the year, including Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth (showing Saturday at GW, and Tuesday at National Geographic) as well as what I consider to be the real highlight of the Film Festival, the premiere of Hurricane on the Bayou in IMAX at the Natural History Museum, on Monday night the 19th. Get out and see something different this week and next!

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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