Considered one of the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festivals, Wild & Scenic features award-winning short films about nature, community activism, adventure, conservation, water, energy and climate change, wildlife, environmental justice, agriculture, Native American and indigenous cultures.
The films will be organized such that the first half of the program is more appropriate for kids, with films created from the perspective of Youth, and films focused on animals. The second half will delve into a few topics in more depth with films that are slightly longer.
Follow 11-year-old, Keyona, into a wondrous world of trees, water, and friendly fish… and find the spirit of Salmon Watch, a program that connects Oregon youth to their backyard river ecosystems.
Dave and Callie (6 years old) spent the first three weeks of Covid19 distancing in a make-shift shared studio now called the Quarantine Attic. It’s an original story depicting a critical yet child-like observation of human consumption habits and the social reinforcements that influence it.
A facemask whisks away through the skies, traversing across the city on its way to the coast, threatening to end its journey at the bottom of the ocean.
As bushfires approach a small, Australian coastal town, animal and human families prepare to evacuate their homes.
Cheo wants you to be the change we want to see to protect Mother Nature.
A rescued cormorant will go to any lengths to help her wildlife center stay afloat.
‘The Bat Woman’ and ‘Bat Man’ of India are on a strange and perilous journey to save India’s critically endangered bats.
After losing her mother to poachers, an unruly elephant named Shaba is rescued to the mountains of northern Kenya to be rehabilitated back to the wild. The women keepers of Reteti Sanctuary have a maternal solution to soften Shaba’s heart.
Denizens of the Steep explores the intersection of backcountry recreation and the conservation of an iconic species of big horn sheep in Grand Teton National Park.
Oshkigin – Spirit of Fire shows the ways that traditional fire uses can reconnect us with the land and preserve the natural world.
Glaciers of Southeast Iceland reflect our past and reveal our future.
Klamath River Indigenous leaders and youth fight to free their river from life-killing dams, restoring salmon, economy, and culture.
83-year-old Nimblewill Nomad is about to become the oldest person to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail.
Peninsula Open Space Trust protects open space on the Peninsula and in the South Bay for the benefit of all. Since 1977, POST has protected over 80,000 acres in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz Counties.
Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is an independent special district in the San Francisco Bay Area that has preserved a regional greenbelt system of over 63,000 acres of public land and manages 26 open space preserves.