ROAMING WILD Sneak Preview Screening
ROAMING WILD director/producer Sylvia Johnson and co-producer Angelica Das invite you to an exclusive SNEAK PREVIEW SCREENING at the Goethe Institut cinema in downtown Washington, D.C.
We are thrilled to finally be able to share "Roaming Wild" with our DC family, friends and supporters. This is a celebration of a film three years in the making and the incredible community support that made it possible. The preview also marks an important milestone as we move forward to seek distribution and public engagement on the issue of how to manage America's wild horses on public lands.
Presented in partnership with the Center for Environmental Filmmaking and the Center for Media & Social Impact, both at American University.
Please JOIN US immediately following the screening for a HAPPY HOUR reception right next door at La Tasca. There will be specials on delicious tapas and sangria- and a portion of the proceeds will go to the film!
Wild horse roundups stir up a heated controversy in the American West as cowboys and activists fight to protect life and land. "Roaming Wild" is an age old story of man versus wild playing out in the 21st century. An invisible battle is being waged across the American West over resources, water, freedom and wild horses find themselves at the center of an age-defining controversy where the demands of modern development collide with the needs of the wild. Roaming Wild tells the story of three people searching for solutions to protect a free-roaming way of life. Dark-haired Jill Starr is fiery and determined. She started Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue to save wild horses like Majik from going to slaughter. Handsome, smart, and all cowboy, Marlow Dahl runs a family cattle ranch in rural Nevada and grazes his cows on public lands. Dan Elkins, a soft spoken rugged mountain man and unlikely hero, turns to technology to invent new solutions for managing wild horse populations.
For more about the film visit: www.roamingwildfilm.com
Goethe Institut (View)
812 Seventh Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001-3718
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|