Wild & Scenic Film Festival On TourVirtual - 7th Annual - Jupiter, FL
Saturday, April 10, 2021
It’s about to get Wild & Scenic!
Join Our Virtual Film Festival Experience
11 Films • Door Prizes • Food Options • Special Guests
6:30 pm Lobby Time & Chat Opens
7:00-9:00 pm Films Begin!
Tickets Go On Sale March 1st
Join us as we host our wildly popular 7th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival-On Tour! This year’s Virtual Festival Experience brings adrenaline pumping, heart thumping, curated films right to your living room! They capture epic international outdoor adventures & research, kindle a love for nature and inspire environmental stewardship –through the art of film.
The 2021 theme, Resilient by Nature, is a reminder that, as individuals and communities, we are inherently resilient, drawing on our strengths, talents, and lived experiences to innovate and inspire positive change for a better world.
Watch with your family from any smart TV or smart device. Lobby time and chat begins at 6:30 pm and films begin at 7:00 pm. Tickets start at $20, purchase online beginning Mar 1, 2021. Ticket includes access to the online event with special guest hosts, chat room, event program, door prize entry and more! Food options from local restaurants will also be available.
2021 Film Showing
A Miami native, David Gauzens knows glitz—but he shuns it as part of a small, gritty band of kayak fishermen who forsake
Biodynamic Agriculture: Farming in Service of Life
Biodynamic farming is a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach to agriculture, gardening, food,
A team of scientists travels to Elephant Island, a remote island off the Antarctic peninsula, to find out how its penguin
The Church Forests of Ethiopia
Over the past century, farming and the needs of a growing population have replaced nearly all of Ethiopia’s old-growth
In Pedal Through, you are invited into the world of director-lead Analise Cleopatra as she discovers the healing and joy
Matagi Malohi: Strong Winds
The Pacific Climate Warriors, born out of the low-lying Pacific Islands, are an indigenous and youth lead movement who now
Pathfinder: Life Beyond Fear
A tale about the human spirit, PATHFINDER – Life beyond fear, follows six world-class slackliners on a highlining
Wildfire is the end and beginning of a process that has been occurring for millennia. Immolation is a cinematic journey through
Water Flows Together
Through the voice of Colleen Cooley, one of the few female Diné (Navajo) river guides on the San Juan River,
From Kurils with Love
Vladimir, a scrappy but aging Russian marine mammal biologist, unexpectedly hitch hikes aboard a boat filled with adventure photographers
Resilience Is In Our Nature
A snapshot of the Portland, Oregon community during the COVID-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter uprising,
2021 WSFF Event Partners
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
Bright Lights Partner
Gold Level Partner
Additional Program Support
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