Submissions are being accepted for the 2022 Princeton Environmental Film Festival, an annual Princeton Public Library event featuring films, filmmaker talks, and other presentations that explore sustainability and environmental issues.
The festival will be presented in April, with special screenings taking place throughout the year. The submission deadline for the April event is Feb. 7.
Entry forms are available online along with additional information about the film festival. There is no fee to submit a film for consideration.
The Princeton Environmental Film Festival, which is under the direction of Susan Conlon and Kim Dorman, presents films with local, regional, and international relevance, with a goal of engaging the community in exploring environmental sustainability from a wide range of angles and perspectives.
Screenings are free and made possible through funding from the Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund, The Whole Earth Center, and others.