by Caitlin Zera                                                             February 26, 2016

The Colorado Environmental Film Festival wrapped up last weekend with 56 films playing over three days at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado. Stay tuned for reviews of short films and feature films from the festival as well as some insights given by the directors in the Q&A sessions that followed the screenings. I’ll be posting reviews for the following short films:

  • Sharing the Secrets
  • Fragile Legacy
  • Our Eagles
  • Our Water
  • Norma’s Story
  • Far Afield: A Conservation Love Story
  • Giant Visions of Tiny Places
  • Unacceptable Risks: Firefighters on the Frontlines of Climate Change
  • ATTO: An Adventure in the Amazon
  • America’s First Forest

And the following feature films:

  • Wastecooking
  • Field Biologist
  • The End of the Line
  • The Anthropologist

CEFF was an inspiring mix of independent films, with lots of talent and DIY spirit. If you’re interested in seeing environmental films in a beautiful place, CEFF is definitely a Fest to put on your lifetime list. Golden is a quaint town that is surrounded by amazing mountains and outdoor recreation. There’s lots of good food and brew in Golden and in nearby Denver, plenty of things to do if you’re looking to get out in the fresh air between film screenings, and there’s always someone to talk to about the movies you’ve just seen. 

CEFF in the American Mountaineering Center
CEFF in the American Mountaineering Center

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