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Into the Wild


The Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival sits apart from the hundreds of festivals around the world by leaving you feeling inspired and motivated to go out and make a difference. Head to UCSB’s Campbell Hall on Friday, November 14, at 6:30 p.m. if you want to:

  • Learn new ideas from a selection of environmental films with hard-hitting topics including water issues, wilderness preservation, citizen activism, and more.
  • Experience the adrenalin of kayaking the wildest rivers and climbing the highest peaks with adventure films from around the world.
  • Explore the issues and movements with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers, and celebrities.

This evening of short films followed by the feature film Edge of Eden: Living With Grizzlies benefits the Environmental Defense Center. Tickets are $10 general and $5 for kids younger than 12. Call 963-1622 or visit edcnet.org for more information.

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