Festival du Film Vert

The Museum of Natural History welcomes the Green Film Festival for 4 screenings on the theme of animals, forests or civilizations.


Born in 2006, the Green Film Festival (FFV) has given itself the mission to propose a program of little known films on current ecological subjects or cinematographic works dealing with less publicized subjects. The Green Film Festival is the only documentary festival dedicated to ecology and the environment in French-speaking Switzerland. Based in Le Sentier, in the canton of Vaud, it has become, over the years, an essential event where quality films from Switzerland and elsewhere are presented, and which have appealed to tens of thousands of people over the years. The 18th edition will be held from March 4 to April 9, 2023.

Screenings at the Natural History Museum :

Thursday, March 23

6:30 pm - Yukon, A White Dream
Mathieu Le Lay, 52 min, from 6 years old

8:30 pm - Yanomami, the Voices of the Forest
Emmanuel Oger, 55 min, from 12 years old

Wednesday March 29th

6:30 PM - The Fragile Return of the Lynx
Laurent Geslin, 52 min, from 6 years old

8:30 pm - Amuka, the awakening of the Congolese peasants
Antonio Spanò, 70 min, from 10 years old

Evening in partnership with the City of Geneva, Department of Finance, Environment and Housing, Geneva Solidarity City Delegation

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About the venue

Route de Malagnou 1, 1208 Genève