Virtual Film Screening: DC Environmental Film Festival – Mar 17-27

Posted by Pulitzer Center on March 15, 2022

On March 17-27, 2022, the Pulitzer Center will present “Shifting Coastlines: Tough Choices, Innovative Responses,” in partnership with the 30th anniversary of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital.

This virtual program will showcase seven short films showcasing reporting supported through the Pulitzer Center’s Connected Coastlines initiative. These films center on changing coastlines and innovative approaches to mitigating the effects of climate change in the United States.

On March 25, the Pulitzer Center also will bring together filmmakers and journalists to dig into the reporting, share the process behind their work, and answer questions from the audience. Filmmakers will include Duy Linh Tu, Frank Graff, and Michelle Lotker. Separate registration for the discussion is forthcoming.

Films will cover a range of topics, from the Indigenous people of Pointe-Aux-Chenes fighting coastal erosion, to inland communities facing the impacts of severe weather events.

Films will be available for free March 17-27, 2022, on the Pulitzer Center-EFF landing page.

Learn more and view list of films.

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