‘Love Flows’ Documentary World Premiere at the Washington D.C. Environmental Film Festival
“The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital (DCEFF) is the world’s premier showcase of environmentally themed films. Since 1993, [their] mission has been to celebrate Earth and inspire understanding and stewardship of the environment through the power of film.” Our environmental documentary, ‘Love Flows’ will have its world premiere at the DCEFF in celebration of World Water Day. ‘Love Flows’ brings to life the challenges that voiceless rivers and fishes face against threats but more importantly, focuses on what we are doing to help improve the situation. It captures the growing passion of thousands of people from across the globe that join together on World Fish Migration Day to celebrate their love and work for rivers and fishes. Through the narration of Joshua Royte, a conservation scientist for The Nature Conservancy, the film highlights our evolved understanding of the impacts of dams and the people that are working to make positive differences for rivers. This documentary aims to give these fish and the rivers they depend on a voice by showcasing the celebrations, knowledge, and great visions we have for our rivers. Following the 7pm screening, there will be a panel discussion featuring Francisco Campos-Lopez (Director), Bob Irvin (President & CEO, American Rivers), Michele Thieme (Deputy Director, Freshwater for WWF-US), & Herman Wanningen (Founder, World Fish Migration Foundation). The discussion will be moderated by Annina Aalto (Cultural Counselor, Embassy of Finland). The screening is now SOLD OUT! We anticipate a great event!
Start date: March 19, 2019
End date: March 19, 2019
Organization: World Fish Migration Foundation