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Jan. 4, 2010
Going Wild

We like films and we like the environment. Put ‘em together and you have a match made in heaven—the Wild and Scenic Film Festival—an event known for its blend of film, activism, truth and community. As a proud national partner, we hosted our very own festival here at Clif Bar a few months ago and now it’s time for the official kick-off of the 2010 season.

From January 15-17th, South Yuba River Citizens League will host their 8th annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City. Good news is that you can help kick it off and attend the party. 135 films, 35 premieres, 85 speakers, workshops, art shows, local food, and live music. Pretty stellar.

Plus, our good friend Seth Warren (the brains behind Oil and Water Project and The Elements Tour) will be there with Baby, his biofuel-converted fire truck and co-star of Nature Propelled. Seth’s film is one of the feature films at this year’s Wild and Scenic; in his film, he follows the water cycle as it propels not only nature but our outdoor passions.

Other films on show?

Food Inc., Fresh and No Impact Man, which features conservationist, Colin Beavan.
Check out the list below for a sneak peak at some of the feature films…


Here are the crucial deets that’ll get you to the festival...
What: 8th Annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival
When: January 15th – January 17th 2010
Where: Multiple venues around Nevada City. Festival Headquarters 210 Broad Street, Nevada City
Admission: Ticket prices to suit all pocketbooks, ranging from $5 to $325 with lots of free events too
Information and advance ticket sales: http://www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org or phone 530-265-5961
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