On Tour

Wild & Scenic Film Festival takes our festival “On Tour,” partnering to produce nearly 250 events each year. Events are hosted by a diverse array of environmental nonprofits, schools, museums, and businesses, each creating unique film festivals in their own communities and using the festival to raise funds, reach new contacts, and raise awareness of local issues. Learn how to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to your town.

Bring Virtual Reality to your event in 2020!

Journey into the memories of a 400 year-old Japanese White Pine bonsai that witnessed and survived the atomic blast  in Hiroshima amd then immerse yourself in the quiet sounds of Olympic National Park. These unique Virtual Reality experiences—The Atomic Tree and Sanctuaries of Silence—will transport you to remote corners of the globe without  having to leave your seat.

 

 

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Testimonials

River Alliance WI Tour Testimonial Image

“The Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival On Tour is a great outreach event for the River Alliance of Wisconsin. It helps us introduce new individuals to what we do and what we are passionate about – saving rivers. This year we “passed a boot” [for] people to donate to the River Alliance – we made $4,000!”

River Alliance of Wisconsin

Loxahatchee Tour Testimonial Image

“The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a tremendous way to educate the public about how fragile our earth really is and that caring for it is all our responsibility. The success of the first year spilling over into this year was wonderful. All year long we had folks who attended the first year begging us to host it again.”

Loxahatchee River Historical Society

Middle Colorado Tour Testimonial Image

“The staff at Wild and Scenic make the event so easy for the On Tour hosts. All I had to do was watch some incredible films, create a program and do a little marketing to put together a fun, successful event. I will be taking advantage of this incredible resource for years to come.”

Middle Colorado Watershed Council