Explore the world from the comforts of your couch.When thunder joins the party, gravitation toward a comfortable seat with a hot cup of tea and Sudoku is a natural phenomenon that can’t be stopped. Some people read, some play board games, and if you’re someone who likes movies but can't accept the challenge of fishing out the perfect film in a half hour Netflix browse, look no further.
The DC Environmental Film Festival went online this past spring, and offers dozens of environmental and outdoor films that can be streamed online from your home theatre (ie. warm couch). They’ve added new titles since, as well as giving access to tons of old content from previous years. There’s plenty of topics to help guide you toward the perfect film, wether your interests involve sustainable living, freshwater and oceans, food and agriculture,... you get the gist.
Check out the DCEFF website. It’s an opportunity to see some natural beauty and learn about current environmental issues instead of rewatching Die Hard, again.