A Thirsty World
Mother: Caring for 7 Billion
Voices of TransitionSanto Domingo, March 3, 2014
On March 7th, the DR Environmental Film Festival in collaboration with the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources will hold a special screening of the documentary film Mother Caring for 7 Billion, in commemoration of International Women’s Day. | Read More >
- De Kalb, Illinois, February 27, 2014
Questions Seeking to Send a Message to the World is Main Topic of Workshop Held in Collaboration with HumanSanto Domingo, February 17, 2014
GFDD and Human Film Crew to Give Workshop on “The Art of the Interview: Techniques for Establishing Good Dialogue in the Production of a Documentary”Santo Domingo, February 15, 2014
GFDD Short Film Wins in the Documentary Category at Green Lens Environmental Film Festival in IllinoisNew York, February 12, 2014
- Santo Domingo, February 8, 2014
Lucy Walker is a two-time Academy Award nominated British film director, whose films have won over fifty awards. On January 25, 2011 she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for Waste Land, which she directed. The film has won over thirty awards including Audience...
Jon Bowermaster is not only a reputed oceans expert, but also an award-winning journalist for National Geographic Magazine, author, filmmaker, and world adventurer having travelled to around 80 countries to date. His explorations include dogsled travels in ... the Arctic, Antarctica
Dominican Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Environment Exhibit
Biblioteca Infantil y Juvenil República Dominicana
September 3-30, 2013
The sixty-six panels, on display until the end of September, provide basic knowledge on the Dominican Republic’s unique landscape as well as tips on how to protect and conserve our country’s natural beauty. All will learn from this exhibition although it seeks to inspire and motivate young people. The Exhibition, inspired by the book of the same name, is part of GFDD/FUNGLODE’s goal to raise awareness about Dominican culture, disseminate information about the country and strengthen appreciation of our unique ecology and biodiversity. It also provides an invaluable opportunity for students and visitors to take advantage of this educational experience in the hope of broadening all of our horizons and fostering a sense of national pride in the conservation of our nation’s natural wealth.
Two visions, one world
September 4-8, 2013
The exhibition of Dominican conservationist photographers, José Alejandro Álvarez and Eladio Fernández will transport viewers from the highest mountaintops to the depths of the ocean. These two outstanding photographers have traveled far and wide to explore not just the Caribbean islands, but the world’s seas and oceans in search of the perfect image from behind their camera lens. This photographic journey showcases only a fraction of the immense wealth that surrounds us but it stresses an important point: we must conserve it.
Recycled Art Exhibit - ReCrearte Program
September 8, 2013
DREFF Year Round Programs
The Eco-Huertos Program seeks to support the creation of organic and sustainable vegetable gardens in schools and communities throughout the Dominican Republic. Through ongoing field activities, the program bolsters the natural sciences curriculum in the schools.
The contest is divided into two categories: short films and public service announcements. With this contest, GFDD and FUNGLODE seek to promote environmental filmmaking as a platform to educate and raise awareness.
The ReCrearte Program aims to raise awareness of the 3Rs of solid waste management: reduce, reuse, recycle. The workshops also emphasize and demonstrate how recycling waste into art can empower individuals and communities alike.
As part of its mission to reach more communities, institutions and individuals around the country, the DR Environmental Film Festival organizes film screenings year-round, providing the opportunity to bring successful film programs to new and remote communities.