The 2013 Princeton Environmental Film Festival opens Thursday, January 24th, at Princeton Public Library and runs through Sunday, February 10th. Now in its seventh year, the award-winning festival features a line-up of acclaimed films and speakers presented over three consecutive four-day weekends. Those weekends are:
- Thursday, January 24 – Sunday January 27, 2013
- Wednesday, January 30 – Sunday February 3, 2013
- Thursday February 7 – Sunday February 10, 2013
The festival has grown over the years but remains true to its original focus on films with local as well as regional and international relevance.
I am especially excited to head over to the Princeton Public Library on Sunday, February 3, 2013 to see the documentary “The Queen of Versailles.” While I could stay at home and watch that movie On Demand, Comcast/Xfinity is charging about $5 for that viewing. Through the generosity of festival sponsors Church & Dwight Co. Inc., Terra Momo Restaurant Group and the Whole Earth Center of Princeton, all screenings are free.
For a complete list of festival films, and updates on speakers, see this community calendar on the Princeton Public Library website.