2020 Film submissions are now open!


Philadelphia Film Center (aka the Prince Theater)

The Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival will take place at the Philadelphia Film Center (aka the Prince Theater), 1412 Chestnut Street, a historic 450-seat, state-of-the-art theater, conveniently located on the Avenue of the Arts near the iconic Philadelphia City Hall in Center City Philadelphia.

DISCOUNT PARKING is available at Liberty Place Garage, 44 S. 16th Street (between Chestnut & Market); please ask the Philadelphia Film Center Box Office for a discount chaser card.

Go green to the Festival!


The City of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, the second largest city on the East Coast, is a vibrant metropolis halfway between New York and Washington, DC. As the birthplace of the nation, Philadelphia is the country's first World Heritage City as well as a major center for science, education, and the arts. Philadelphia is home to Fairmount Park, the largest urban park in the nation, and hosts a thriving farm-to-table food scene. For the second straight year in a row, "Lonely Planet" has named Philadelphia #1 on its list of the 10 best places to visit in America. We welcome filmmakers and film lovers to our vibrant city!