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Can you imagine our world without coffee? It’s a very real possibility. It’s Bean Too Hot tells the story of the coffee heroes – small farmers in Costa Rica and Tanzania who are fighting climate change every day to save their livelihoods and your daily cup of coffee.
On October 23, we were back at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick, Maryland for our 9th annual Best of Fest. We shared three films highlighting the wonder of plants, the relationship of humans to their natural world, and the fight for food sovereignty by indigenous people across the United States.
We are thrilled to announce the winners of our Next Gen Capture Conservation Contest! Each year, ACFF encourages youth ages 5 to 18 to create a conservation film of their own about what the environment and nature means to them.
See them again! Festival alum films Bird of Prey and Fantastic Fungi are now streaming…
Trying to pry your kids (or grandkids) off their screens and get them outdoors this summer?Don’t make them choose – instead, encourage them to enter our NextGen Capture Conservation Contest and you’ll both enjoy the best of both worlds!
Dennis Liu, PhD, has recently been elected the new President for the American Conservation Film Festival, a non-profit organization based in Shepherdstown, WV, dedicated to presenting contemporary conservation films, supporting filmmakers, and engaging and educating youth.
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