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The Festival presents opportunities for Dominican students and general audiences to view world-class documentary films on diverse environmental topics, so as to elevate understanding of the challenges impacting the health of our planet and to inspire greater environmental stewardship.

  • Big Miracle

    Big Miracle

  • Biophilic Design: The Architecture Of Life

    Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life

  •  In Organic We Trust

    In Organic We Trust

  • Life: Challenges of Life

    Life: Challenges of Life

  • Mi aldea, mi langosta

    My Village, My Lobster

  • My Father, The Captain: Jacques-Yves Cousteau

    My Father, The Captain: Jacques-Yves Cousteau

  • Revenge of the Electric Car

    Revenge of the Electric Car

  • Sea the Truth

    Sea the Truth

  • Surviving Progress

    Surviving Progress

  • Taste the Waste

    Taste the Waste

  • The City Dark

    The City Dark

  • The Whale

    The Whale

  • Vegucated


  • Anna Emma and the Condors

    Anna Emma and the Condors

  • Carbon for Water

    Carbon for Water

  • Loretanos: Designing the Ocean's Future

    Loretanos: Designing the Ocean's Future

  • Someplace with a Mountain

    Someplace with a Mountain

  • Wild Wealth

    Wild Wealth

  • Yasuni: A Wild Idea

    Yasuni: A Wild Idea

  • Discover La Vega: Pride of my Land

    Discover La Vega: Pride of my Land

  • Dominicana Bajo el Mar

    Dominicana Bajo el Mar



  • The Last Lions

    The Last Lions

  • Waste Land

    Waste Land

II Muestra de Cine Medioambiental Dominicana, 5-9 de Septiembre 2012
  • Community in Action!
    Supporting grassroots organizations and communities
    Among the goals of the DR Environmental Film Festival (DREFF), is to include and support grassroots organizations and communities, schools and young people in general.

  • Marcos Diaz
    A real Universal Community leader and spokesman for the core values of the UN Millennium Development Goals as it is the Dominican swimmer Marcos Diaz. He will meet a group of youth, who will have a swimming competition, at La Caleta. The expected goals of this activity is to offer an opportunity to youth of disadvantaged areas to interact with Marcos, and to get a better understanding for the role model that Marcos represents for Dominicans and the rest of the world, as well as a better understanding of the sea and this protected area of La Caleta.

    For more details about Marcos Diaz visit Dominican Get-Together in the Big Apple

Trivias - Dominican Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Environment