WSFF Virtually Summer Series

On June 17 and 24, Wild & Scenic Film Festival will hold two live virtual film screenings featuring a selection of fan favorites and award-winners from the 2021 flagship festival. All proceeds benefit the South Yuba River Citizens League

Ticket price per screening: $15 (non-member) / $13 (member)
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Your ticket to the live virtual event also grants you access to the On Demand version of the program once the live event has completed. Tickets to On Demand only will be available starting the day after the live event. 

Make it Dinner and a Movie with these great ticket + meal packages from our friends at Fudenjuce in Nevada City:

    • Package #1: 
      • Chicken-free Pesto wrap with garnish salad
      • 16oz Strawberry Fields (our #15) smoothie
      • Organic Chocolate-Chip Cookie
    • Package #2:
      • BBQ Sweet Potato Tacos with garnish salad
      • 16oz Mango Melody (our #7) smoothie
      • Organic Chocolate-Chip Cookie
    • Package #3:
      • Cous-Cous Salad
      • 8oz Green Momma juice
      • Organic Chocolate-Chip Cookie

*Orders for June 17 screening must be placed by 5pm on June 14*

*Orders for June 24 screening must be placed by 5pm on June 21*

**All meal packages can be picked up between 3:30pm and 5:30pm day of screening**

Film Program for Thursday, June 17 @ 7pm:

Tengefu (9 min) – Best Short Film – Abubakar fights to save his island’s dying coral reef through community and faith.

Disappearing Penguins (15 min) – Best Children’s Film – A team of scientists travels to the Antarctic peninsula to find out how its penguin population is faring.

The Pangolin Man (17 min) – Student Filmmaker Award – One man fights to save not only the lives of pangolins, but those of the very people hunting them.

TranSending (9 min) – Most Inspiring Adventure Film – This film follows the journey of Erin Parisi as she comes into her own identity as a transgender woman and trains for the Seven Summits to create awareness and visibility for the trans community.

The Church Forests of Ethiopia (9 min) – Best in Theme – In Ethiopia, church forests are withstanding environmental destruction — but just barely.

District 15 (23 min) – Honorable Mention – The majority of L.A.’s industrial oil drilling activity takes place in communities of color and low-income communities. Youth activists push to limit new and existing operations.

Film Program for Thursday, June 24 @ 7pm:

Uncle Elephant (5 min) – This is the story of Tuy Sereivathana (Vathana) and his dream to work in the forest and protect elephants.

From Kurils with Love (24 min) – Vladimir is on a mission to help fulfill his quest to understand and protect the Kuril Islands before his age fails him.

The Nature Makers (68 min) – In a world increasingly dominated by humans, three teams of determined conservationists go to extraordinary lengths to save three threatened species in the American heartland. The Nature Makers is a moving portrait of passionate people and the extraordinary creatures whose existence they fight for.