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Unbreathable, the Fight for Healthy Air

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Unbreathable, the Fight for Healthy Air is a new film coming soon directed by award-winning filmmaker and CEF director Maggie Burnette Stogner. Produced by Elizabeth Herzfeldt-Kamprath. Executive Produced by the Center for Environmental Filmmaking at American University, with support from the American Lung Association, AU’s Center for Environmental Policy, and the Hanley Foundation.

Make sure to visit the Unbreathable website and register for the Live Panel Discussion event on June 18!

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Watch Student Work

Films and videos produced by students in the Center for Environmental Filmmaking.

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Center Scholars

The Center offers funding to students working on environmental and wildlife media projects.

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