Environmental films, educational debates and events that broaden knowledge on conservation topics affecting Florida’s Gulf Coast.
FEFF ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL
NOVEMBER 8-9, 2020
Go to our Event Page above and RSVP to see films.
Our inaugural online film festival (FEFF 2020) will showcase four films from international filmmakers, all of which address environmental issues that could impact the west coast of Florida. The films will be available all day on November 7 and 8 only.
For all attendees, please note:
All films will be live-streamed at the posted dates only. No future showings will be given. Please be sure that you are properly logged on for the selected film. As an attendee of the 2020 Florida Environmental Film Festival, you acknowledge that the filmmakers maintain sole ownership in the rights of their films. You agree to not record, alter, distribute, or copy any portion of the film shown. Thank you.
Florida has more migrating newcomers than natives and the population is still growing at a rate three times that of the entire nation.
We are at a tipping point, this rapid growth is not sustainable for the state and its environment. If not understood, the cost will undesirably impact our quality of life. By showing these films, having an understanding of the ecology of Florida, we hope to give each participant knowledge on how to help their own communities enhance their local ecology, and save our beautiful Florida open lands, wildlife, and waters -- the very reason we all live here.
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