Wild & Scenic Film Library

2019 Wild & Scenic films NOW AVAILABLE!

Get inspired by Wild & Scenic Film Festival Official Selections all year by checking out the Wild and Scenic Film Library. Enjoy nearly 2,000 motivational films making a difference across the world. Become a member of the South Yuba River Citizens League today to check out the 17 year archive!

A New View of the Moon

One great perk of being a SYRCL member is the ability to check out inspiring adventure and environmental films for FREE from our in-house DVD library containing cinematic treasures dating back to the early days of Wild & Scenic.

Members can choose from a selection of films from 2003 to present and relive the festival inspiration throughout the year.

Check out our film filter and browse titles from the festivals here in the library. Hint: Use the “By library” filter to see which films made it into the library. You can also filter by “Year”

Looking for a vintage title? Browse through the entire catalog of film titles either by titlegenre, or award winner from 2003 to the present.

Stop by the SYRCL office to say ‘hello,’ check on your membership status, and peruse our library titles!

We are located at 313 Railroad Ave., Suite 101, Nevada City, CA
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am – 5 pm

DVD Film Library Borrowing Rules

In preparation for your upcoming rentals, here are some of the borrowing rules:

  • Rentals are free for SYRCL members. Call or email Eric  at 530-265-5961 ext 220 to check your membership status.
  • Become A Member
  • We cannot mail films. Pickup and drop-off are self-service and in person only.
  • Borrowers are strictly prohibited from “ripping” or copying DVDs from the library.
  • Films may only be viewed for in-home, personal use. Permission is not granted for group showings.
  • Rentals are for one week only.
  • Rentals are limited to three films at any given time.
  • Please take care of the DVDs. Do not leave them where they may be damaged.

Please note: not all films from each year’s festival will be included in the library.

Saving ʻŌhiʻa – Hawaii’s Sacred Tree