Environmental Film Festival

Each February, University of Richmond hosts a free film screening as part of the RVA Environmental Film Festival. The festival showcases local and national films at different locations across the city to raise awareness of environmental issues and connect people to the power of the natural world. For more information about other film screenings around the city, visit the festival's website.

We will host the 2023 RVA Environmental Film Festival on Tuesday, March 14, 2023 in the Ukrop Auditorium. Our film selection this year is Utama, a story about an elderly Quechua couple experiencing severe drought as a result of climate change in the Bolivian highlands. Following the film will be a discussion with speakers TBA. 

Past Film Screenings

- Inhabitants: Indegenous Perspectives on Restoring Our World (2022)
- Gather (2021)
- Drowning in Plastic (2020)
- Wasted! The Story of Food Waste (2019)
- Here's to Flint (2018)
- Planetary (2017)