Flurry of films comes to Evanston
February 18, 2014 by Mark
The Wild and Scenic Film Fest is a 3rd annual event being presented by the Evanston Environmental Association, and featuring a selection of the best adventure and environmental films covering timely topics. Poster and flyer printing may have been the method chosen to spread the word about this festival to people in this community.
Movies that the audience may view include A Boom with No Boundaries, which is about a surge in jobs tin North Dakota and how it is impacting Theadore Roosevelt National Park. Also on show are Walk on Water (about a paraplegic man shooting rapids in a kayak), SLOMO ( about trading a lab coat for roller blades), and Harvest of Shadows (a study of a group undocumented farm laborers’ lives). For those who are interested in environmental impact films, this is the place to be. Seating is limited and registration is mandatory.
Tickets for non-EEA members cost $5 per person. The 3rd Annual Wild and Scenic Film Fest – Part 2 will be happening on Friday, February 21, starting at 7:00 pm at the Evanston Ecology Center located at 2024 McCormick Blvd. in Evanston, Illinois. To find out more about which films will be viewed on this evening, or to register, please visit the Evanston Ecology Center or call the office at 847-448-8256 during business hours.