DC's 22nd Annual Environmental Film Fest begins this week (March 18th) and runs through the end of the month. There are some great films this year - and several focus on the DC area.
Unfortunately, most of the DC focused films seems to all be showing at the same time and at various venues around time.
On Friday, March 21st at 6pm at the Carnegie Institution for Science (1530 P St NW) Mayor Vincent Gray will introduce a series of short films as a part of the Sustainable DC Initiative including "Green Roofs in the District of Colombia", "Earthecho Expedition: What happens when we build cities", and "Rebalanacing" .Reservations are required (this is the link)! Meanwhile, "Fishing the Anacostia" will be showing at 6h30 along with My Brooklyn over at the Anacostia Community Museum at 1901 Fort Place SE by the Anacostia Metro. No reservations are necessary. Finally, "Tiny: A story about living small" will be showing at 7pm at The Hill Center on Capitol Hill (Eastern Market Metro). This movie focuses on the tiny house movement and will include a discussion with the founders of Boneyard Studios, DC's tiny house community. You'll need to RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are over 200 great films, and most of them are free! Enjoy!