Wild & Scenic Film Festival, 2019

April 13th, 2:30-4:30 PM | Ida Noyes, Max Palevsky Cinema

These short films are designed to inspire environmental activism through the beauty of cinematography and will appeal to a wide audience

Partners: Committee on Campus Sustainability, Doc Films, and Phoenix Sustainability Initiative

Film Program

Total run time: 1 hour, 34 minutes

A New View of the Moon | Looking to the skies reminds us of our special place within the universe

Biomimicry | Radical ideas about how to mimic nature inspires new scientific possibilities

(Unofficial) History of the National Parks | A fast, hilarious take on the history of National Parks

Water Warriors | New Brunswick communities resist plans for oil fracking in their waters

Wildlife and The Wall | The environmental impacts of Trump's proposed border wall

My Irnik | Inuit dog musher protects Arctic wilderness, and his way of life, for future generations

Colors of Change | One artist collaborates with NASA to convey the beauty and decline of glaciers

A Letter to Congress | A solemn reflection on the importance of protecting the environment