Cerphe talks with Lori Hill, President & Co-founder of Sister Eden (an online personal resource for living the green life) at the Environmental Film Festival launch party in Washington, DC.
This year’s Environmental Film Festival features 110 Washington, DC, United States and world premieres. Eco Planet Radio’s Cerphe was at the launch party to talk with attendees about their passion for the environment and supporting this great cause.
The Environmental Film Festival is in full swing through March 24th with plenty of great films to choose from–some are FREE! Visit dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org for a complete list of films, show times and details.
THE COLUMBIA (USA, 1941/1949, 30 min.)
Shown as part of the Rivers Program
In May 1941, the Bonneville Power Administration hired the folksinger Woody Guthrie for one month as an “Information Consultant” to work on a film meant to publicize and promote the Columbia Basin Project and hydroelectric power. Read More —>
(March 12-24) see amazing films by extraordinary film makers from around the world at historic Washington landmarks. Visit the festival website for more details.