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Check out the list of 46 for our 15th!
Short films from youth 18 & under on their relationship with the environment
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Calling all young filmmakers! Announcing a new project and contest to engage young people 18 & under in conservation filmmaking.
Out of over 250 submissions from 38 countries, we’ve selected 46 of the very best, most diverse, most beautiful films from the region and around the world.
Join us at the Barns of Rose Hill in Berryville, Virginia on September 20 for a special screening of our 2016 Audience Choice Award Winner, SEED: The Untold Story.
“The ACFF purpose is clear, the setting is perfect, the organization is calm and effective.”
“A great source of inspiration!”
“The Filmmaker Workshop [is] a great gathering of young filmmaking talent in the nature and conservation fields.”
“Wonderful, high quality work on important issues.”
“The whole spirit of the festival is so enticing and exciting – you cannot miss this festival!”
The Clarion Hotel and Quality Inn in Shepherdstown have offered filmmakers and festival-goers a
special discounted rate from
Thursday, October 12 through Monday, October 16.
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American Conservation Film Festival
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Our short film award winner, THE DISCARDED, sees the pollution problem in this exotic city through the eyes of a precocious young boy living in a favela (slum) of Rio de Janeiro. Screens on 10/14 during film block 7 @ 7pm @ Reynolds Hall AND 10/21 during film block 17 @ 4pm @ the Frank Center.Click Here For Tickets > http://conservationfilm.org/attend/tickets/ ... See MoreSee Less
The Discarded: A Tale of Two Rios
**WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT** Join Sailors for the Sea and Plastic Pollution Coalition in supporting this small but mighty film. With your help we can finish and make…
4 days ago
A new generation of scientist/Evangelicals are trying to revive the reach and relevance of America’s evangelical and environmental movements. Includes beautiful traditional American tunes and hymns, with Rhiannon Giddens and Tim Eriksen. Directed by @DavidConover Pastor @RandyTremba will lead a post-film discussion on the intersection of faith and earth stewardship.Screens on 10/21 during film block 16 @ 1pm @ the Frank CenterClick Here For Tickets > http://conservationfilm.org/attend/tickets/ ... See MoreSee Less
Trailer | Behold the Earth
The 1960s environmental movement inspired young scientists like E.O. Wilson, Cal DeWitt, and Theo Colborn, some of whom were raised within America’s largest ...
We had a great turn-out of 70 people at Barns of Rose Hill last night for our Best of Fest screening of SEED. We're very grateful for this partnership in Berryville and look forward to future events! Thanks, everyone! ... See MoreSee Less
All ACFF films were completed in the last 2 years and many are fresh from other major festivals like SXSW, Hot Docs, Tribeca, DC Environmental Film Fest, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Fest, Full Frame, Sundance, etc. We bring them right here to Shepherdstown! http://conservationfilm.org/films/announcing-the-2017-festival-film-line-up/ ... See MoreSee Less
Announcing the 2017 Festival Film Line-Up!
We’re pleased to announce that the following 45 films have been selected to screen at the 2017 Festival. Click on photos for film descriptions, trailers, running times and venues. A Femme F…
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AMERICAN CONSERVATION FILM FESTIVAL
P.O. Box 889
Shepherdstown, West Virginia 25443