Environment science non-profit announces the line-up for the 5th annual Boston Enviro-Film Festival which premieres on Saturday, August 3,2013 from 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Featuring 30 films by Independent Filmmakers and shorts from the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, the Boston Enviro-Film Festival combines artful filmmaking, beautiful cinematography and gripping storytelling to inform, inspire and ignite solutions to restore the earth and human communities.
Presented by “e” inc., the Boston Enviro-Film Festival returns to the city for a second year with support from partners and sponsors including:
- Boston Properties
- Mass Energy
- The Castle Square Tenants Organization
- Goethe-Institut Boston
- Friends of the Charlestown Nave Yard
- Mystic River Watershed Association
Held at five venues across the city, the festival will screen a diverse slate of 30 feature films and shorts showcasing important environmental themes including water, energy, wildlife preservation, climate change, and much more. Admission is only $5.00 per person for access to a single set of themed films. For the complete list of movies and venues, and to purchase tickets, please visit URL. For more information on themes, films and trailers, please visit the “e” inc. film page www.e-action.us/index.php/film-festival/ All proceeds will go to support “e” inc. programs for children throughout the Boston metro area.
“e” inc. is an award-winning science and civics organization providing in-depth science and community involvement to 2,500 youth in Metro Boston. Commenting on the upcoming film festival, Dr. Ricky S. Stern, Executive Director of “e” inc., said, “We’ve assembled a program that will appeal to youth and adults of all ages. The depth and diversity of this year’s movie selections will amaze and inspire, and include art house fare and eye-opening documentaries. We are excited to bring this kind of environmental cinema to Boston.”
About “e” inc.
“e” inc. is an award-winning environment science learning and action center that provides in-depth science and community involvement to 2,500 urban youth in Metro Boston. Its mission is to create a new generation of conservation citizens committed to understanding and protecting the environment. Through educational science programs and actual civic involvements,“e” inc. provides children, teens, and adults with a scientific understanding of the Earth’s natural resources, biomes, and beings along with the skills needed to protect the planet and live sustainably. For more information, please visit www.e-action.us
The Wild and Scenic Film Festival (WSFF) is a national tour and is considered the largest film festival of its kind. For more information on WSFF, see