Don't miss The Princeton Environmental Film Festival March 28 - April 2
The Princeton Public Library will be hosting their 11th annual Enviormental Film Festival starting on March 28th.
The fiestival, which began in 2007 and has run every year since then, screens a number of cinematic works from local filmmakers that all center around the idea of enviormental friendiness and sustainablity. The festival will allow attendees to participate in Q&A sessions with all the filmmakers after every screening as well as host a number of guest speakers who will talk on important enviormental topics. The festival will be taking place at the main Princeton Public Library building located on 65 Witherspoon Street and is free admission for anyone who would like to attend. The library is also currently accepting submissions for films to featured during the festival for any aspiring directors would would like a chance to voice their concerns about nature in an artistic and meaningful way. You can find out more about the festival or how to be a featured filmmaker by visiting their website at the following link here. https://www.princetonlibrary.org/peff/about/