Entries by American Conservation Film Festival

ACFF Appoints Executive Director

American Conservation Film Festival Appoints Executive Director The Development and Communications Director of ACFF since April 2014, Jennifer Lee, has recently been appointed as the Shepherdstown, West Virginia-based organization’s Executive Director. “Jennifer has done amazing work for ACFF the past several years. She has expanded our reach and helped us grow and mature as an […]

2017 Year in Review

We deeply thank everyone who helped make 2017 such a successful and engaging year for ACFF – our filmmakers, audience members, donors, and community partners.  Please take a look at our accomplishments for 2017, and, with your help, what we hope to do in 2018. DOWNLOAD OUR 2017 YEAR IN REVIEW WITH PHOTOS. 2017 AMERICAN […]

Join the ACFF Team!

ACFF is currently seeking to hire a part-time COMMUNICATIONS & DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE. Position Summary: The Communications and Development Associate will work closely with the Executive Director to coordinate and execute ACFF’s communications to our audience, donors, and the media, provide administrative support, and assist with fundraising, special events, and donor cultivation. This is a new […]

Things to Know for 2017 Festival

Joining us for the Festival? Here’s what you need to know! This year marks our 15th Anniversary Season!  From Thursday, October 12th to Sunday, October 15th and an encore weekend October 20th to 22nd, we’ll be bringing you 46 of the best conservation films in the world. We are welcoming many filmmakers and conservation experts to town […]

15th Anniversary Festival Promises Wonder & Inspiration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 21, 2017 15th Annual American Conservation Film Festival Announces 2017 Schedule 46 Exceptional Films on Wildlife, Rivers, Climate Change, Trees, and Conservation Heroes DOWNLOAD PRESS RELEASE Shepherdstown, WV – The 15th annual American Conservation Film Festival opens Thursday, October 12th with a festive reception and free film screening and culminates […]

The Age of Consequences

80 Minutes Filmmaker: Jared Scott TRAILER The Hurt Locker’ meets ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES investigates the impacts of irreversible climate change, resource scarcity, mass migration, and pandemic conflict through the lens of US national security and global instability. Screens on Sunday, October 15th in Block 12, which begins at 3:30 PM at […]

Water Warriors

22 Minutes Filmmaker Michael Premo TRAILER  First Nation and white communities in New Brunswick, Canada successfully fight fracking to protect their water. Screens on Friday, October 13th during Block 2, which begins at 7:00 PM at the Frank Center. Buy Tickets Here

Waste Not Want Not

Student Film 13 Minutes Filmmaker: Scott E. Schimmel TRAILER Alabama has the largest plastic recycling facility in the world yet incentivizes landfills. A fascinating look inside the industry and economics of where our trash ends up. Screens on Sunday, October, 15th during Block 9, which begins at 1:00 PM at the Frank Center. Buy Tickets Here […]

Valve Turners

7 Minutes Filmmaker: Steve Liptay In response to the climate emergency we are facing, a team of activists take direct action and shut off the five pipelines carrying tar sands crude oil into the United States from Alberta, Canada. Screens on Friday, October 13th during Block 2, which begins at 7:00 PM at the Frank […]