Two great film events are coming your way from the Greater Arkansas River Association (GARNA): one that in graphic reality, demonstrates the earth’s climate crisis and the need for environmental efforts to protect the nation’s lands and rivers. The other is a free, bonus film that you can view at your leisure by following the link below.
Wild and Scenic Film Festival
This year’s Wild and Scenic Film Festival has been announced which runs from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. December 1, in the Ivy Ballroom at the Surf Hotel in Buena Vista.
Tickets are going fast, don’t wait to get your ticket for Dec. 1 in Buena Vista or you can purchase video on-demand tickets from the comfort of your home.
To purchase tickets, follow this link.
Free Film Link to Newtok
A bonus film titled “Newtok” is available now for free, early viewing, from the Wild and Scenic Film Festival itself.
The climate crisis is more present in our lives every day. This is an opportunity for readers to watch this new film from Patagonia, documenting a town in Alaska that water is about to erase.
To keep their culture and community intact, the Yup’ik residents must relocate their entire village upriver while battling government inertia.
The film portrays a community that is soon to become America’s first climate refugees and its battle for justice in the face of climate disaster.