Sixth annual RVA Environmental Film Festival kicks off next week

by | Jan 28, 2016

Calling all film fanatics and environmental enthusiasts, there’s a local festival coming up next week that’s bound to pique your interests.


Calling all film fanatics and environmental enthusiasts, there’s a local festival coming up next week that’s bound to pique your interests.

The annual RVA Environmental Film Festival is now in its sixth year and will kick off for a week-long festival Feb. 1. The event will showcase local and national films that have been selected to raise awareness of environmental issues revelvan to the Richmond region, the country and the planet. Each day films will be screened at different venues around including the Richmond Public Library, the Ukrop Auditorium at the Unviersity of Richmond, Henrico COunty Public Library, Tuckahoe Branch, VCU, The Visual Arts Center of Richmond and The Byrd Theatre.

Take a peek at the following trailers for the movies that will be screened during the festival:

Cowspiracy(Saturday, February 6 at The Byrd Theatre)

Bat City (Saturday, February 6 at at The Byrd Theatre)

Bat City USA Trailer from Rod Cole on Vimeo.

Disneynature’s Monkey Kingdom (Saturday, February 6 at The Byrd Theatre)

The Lorax (Saturday, February 6 at The Byrd Theatre)

The End of the Line (Friday, February 5 at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond)

The End of the Line – cinema trailer from Dartmouth Films on Vimeo.

Shark Loves the Amazon (Thursday, February 4 at VCU, The Depot.)

From Bay to Bay (Thursday, February 4 at VCU, The Depot.)

Bardo (Thursday, February 4 at VCU, The Depot.)

Easy Like Water (Wednesday, February 3 at Henrico County Public Library, Tuckahoe Branch (Meeting Room).)

ThuleTuvalu (Wednesday, February 3 at Henrico County Public Library, Tuckahoe Branch (Meeting Room).)

Beyond the Light Switch 3 (Wednesday, February 3 at Henrico County Public Library, Tuckahoe Branch (Meeting Room).)

Trailer Baobabs between Land and Sea from Cyrille Cornu on Vimeo.

Jens Jensen The Living Green (Tuesday, February 2 at Ukrop Auditorium, Robins School of Business, University of Richmond.)

Jens Jensen The Living Green Teaser from Viva Lundin Productions on Vimeo.

Mongolian Rhapsody (Monday, February 1 at the Richmond Public Library, Main Branch (Auditorium)



Plant This Movie
(Monday, February 1 at 6:30 PM at the Richmond Public Library, Main Branch (Auditorium).

Plant This Movie Trailer from Emily von W. Gilbert on Vimeo.

Amy David

Amy David

Amy David was the Web Editor for RVAMag.com from May 2015 until September 2018. She covered craft beer, food, music, art and more. She's been a journalist since 2010 and attended Radford University. She enjoys dogs, beer, tacos, and Bob's Burgers references.




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