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Wild and Scenic Film Festival on tap


film2Wild Virginia presents the Wild and Scenic Film Festival “On Tour.”  The festival spans two evenings and two venues in two cities:

Charlottesville Show
Piedmont Community College
Saturday, April 11th – 7pm
Dickinson Performing Arts Center  

Valley Show
Blue Ridge Community College
Saturday, April 18th – 7pm
Plecker Auditorium
Weyers Cave

Tickets are $10 each night.

The organizers are also offering a special ticket + membership for $20.

Purchase tickets in advance or at the door.


There will be 18 different short films, with entirely different films at each venue.

Wild and Scenic On Tour brings together a selection of films that tell a story about our planet, our beautiful and precious wildlands, and the people of the communities who love and defend them.  They open our eyes and hearts to fantastic experiences in remarkable places.  They beckon us towards action, highlight issues, and provide solutions.

Learn about local threats to our forests like the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.  Find out what you can do to help.

A full list and links to all films can be found here

The featured film in Charlottesville will be The Little Things where we follow professional snowboarders who have chosen to be outspoken and make positive changes towards a sustainable environment. This film is an initiative taken on by one of snowboarding’s most influential riders, Marie-France Roy, in hopes of inspiring others towards sustainability through inspirational speakers, positive ideas, and leading a healthy lifestyle. They keep it positive and showcase some of the little things that people can do to contribute to positive changes for the future of our environment.

At the Valley show the featured film is Oil and Water, which follows two boys coming of age in the middle of a toxic disaster. Hugo fights for the survival of his Amazonian tribe, while David attempts to revolutionize the oil industry. Their journeys lead them to explore a more just future for people around the world born with oil beneath their feet.



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