On Saturday, November 6th, Friends of the Lost Coast presents the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, a virtual film festival where activism gets inspired!
This year’s theme is Resilient by Nature and this special online showing will feature 11 independent short films, curated to run for just under 2 hours. Viewing is available live, beginning at 5pm on November 6th, and on-demand for the next 24 hours.
Buy your tickets today and see below for more information on the films we'll be showcasing.
This Year's Films
Myrtle Simpson: A Life On Ice
Myrtle Simpson - trailblazer, skiing pioneer, adventurer, writer, mother, and polar explorer. In 2017, over fifty years after she was the first woman to cross.. Read More
PATHFINDER – Life beyond fear
A tale about the human spirit, PATHFINDER - Life beyond fear, follows six world-class slackliners on a highlining mission deep into the Norwegian mountains to attempt.. Read More
Biodynamic Agriculture: Farming in Service of Life
Biodynamic farming is a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach to agriculture, gardening, food, and nutrition. Biodynamic farming is regenerative farming; going above and beyond organic.. Read More
Stories from the Blue: Ocean Guardians
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ocean Guardian School Program provides opportunities for kids to get out in their environment to do hands-on, stewardship-based.. Read More
Friends of the Lost Coast thanks our sponsors for supporting both the festival and our many wonderful environmental education programs!
Pure Water Spas, Shelter Cove General Store, Savage Farms, SoHum Health, Oceanfront Inn, Gyppo Ale Mill, Benbow Inn, Karen Miclette Insurance Services, Madrone Communications, Sequoia Soils, Eureka Co-Op, Whitethorn Construction, Mattole River Studios, Full Moon Farms, Flow Kana, Vocality Credit Union.
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