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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.

2020 Film: Drowning in Plastic 

February 10
Snacks and Tabling: 5:00-6:00
Film Screening: 6:00-7:30
Panel Discussion: 7:30-8:30
Robins School of Business, Ukrop Auditorium

"Drowning in Plastic" takes viewers around the world as biologist and broadcaster Liz Bonin explores the full scale of the world's plastic problem. Watch the trailer here. Campus and community organizations will table before the film to talk with students about how they can be involved. A panel discussion after the film will address ways that individuals can respond to waste issues in their personal lives and in the wider community.  

Past Film Screenings 

-Wasted! The Story of Food Waste
-Here's to Flint
-Planetary

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