Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival
This year's Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival On Tour will feature a slate of short films featuring stories of watershed restoration, the impact of agriculture on rivers and the challenges of being a picnicking bug! Hosted by the River Alliance of Wisconsin, the Festival will take place at the Majestic Theatre on March 9, 2010 at 7pm.
The Madison event will feature seven films from the 2010 Festival. Highlighting the screening will be Big River. From the makers of King Corn, Big River investigates the impact their acre of corn has had on the residents and community down the Mississippi. In a journey that extends from the American heartland to the Gulf of Mexico, Curt Ellis and Aaron Woolf trade their combine for a canoe and set out to see the big world their little acre of corn has touched.
The festival uses film to inspire activism on behalf of the environment and encourage stewardship of the planet. Its mission is to educate, celebrate and inspire through the powerful and entertaining medium of environmental and adventure film.
Tickets are $10 for the films and $25 for films, cocktail party and a 1 year membership to the River Alliance.
115 King Street
Madison, WI 53703
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