Films to Change Your World!
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival comes to Lander, April 25, 2014
The Wyoming Outdoor Council and Wild Iris Mountain Sports are hosting the Wild and Scenic Film Festival Tour on Friday, April 25, at the Pronghorn Lodge Monarch Hall Conference Center in Lander.
Time and Date: Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and films start at 6:15 p.m., Friday, April 25, 2014
Location: The Pronghorn Lodge Monarch Hall Conference Center, 150 East Main St, Lander, Wyoming
Advanced tickets: Are available at a reduced price compared to the same-day door charge—and can be purchased in Lander starting April 1 at Wild Iris Mountain Sports at 166 Main Street, or at the Wyoming Outdoor Council office at 262 Lincoln Street.
Wild and Scenic on Tour
The Wild and Scenic Film Festival On Tour is a selection of films from the annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival held the third week of January in Nevada City, CA.
The Nevada City festival is a four-day event that features more than 100 award-winning films and more than 100 guest speakers, celebrities, and activists.
The national tour of the festival features selected films from the larger festival and goes out to more than 100 communities nationwide, including Lander.
“Films featured at Wild and Scenic give people a sense of place,” said Jenna Bregar, Wild and Scenic Film Festival tour manager. “In our busy lives, it’s easy to get disconnected from our role in the global ecosystem. When we realize that the change we need in this world begins with us we can start making a difference. Come watch and see!”
The tour venue in Lander will feature films about outdoor adventure, water and fish conservation, energy and climate change, as well as a few “just for fun” films.
Free Admission with a discounted first time Wyoming Outdoor Council membership of $15.
For more information contact: Linda Sisco, email@example.com, 307-332-7031 x. 10
Ticket Prices for Advanced Purchases:
Children 12 and under $4.
Ticket Prices at the Door:
Children 12 and under $5
Students $5 (includes a one-year Wyoming Outdoor Council membership!)
Tickets can be purchased in Lander starting April 1 at Wild Iris Mountain Sports at 166 Main Street or at the Wyoming Outdoor Council office at 262 Lincoln Street.