Go green with Wild & Scenic Film Festival, Nov. 30
By Guy Harrison, Media & Marketing Specialist
PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. - Central Arizona College is proud to host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 6 p.m. on the college's Signal Peak Campus.
The festival is a touring event, featuring 10 short documentaries, all based on the themes of environmentalism and sustainability. The films will be shown in T116 of the Gloria R. Sheldon University Center.
Attendees may download their tickets by logging on to www.centralaz.edu/communityevents. The 10 documentaries scheduled to be featured are:
• Nico's Challenge
• Greatest Migration
• Brower Youth Awards - De'Anthony Jones
• Bag It
• Mongolian Couch
• 1% of the Story
• Animals Save the Planet - Energy Efficient Penguin
Those wishing to attend are encouraged to enjoy the films, network with local organizations, including Southwest Wildlife and the Master Gardeners of Pinal County, sample some locally-grown specialties provided by the CAC Culinary Arts program, and enjoy an evening of entertainment and education.
Attendees are asked to provide a donation at the door for these three hours of inspirational and educational films and food, which also includes popcorn. All donations will benefit the non-profits in attendance. The suggested donation is $10.
All donors also will be entered into a raffle featuring prizes such as T-shirts, re-useable water bottles, and gifts from national sponsors such as Klean Kanteen, Clif Bar, Patagonia, Osprey, Grist, and Sierra Nevada.
Wild & Scenic offers limited performances in each state. The presentation at CAC will be its last in Arizona in 2011.
For more information on the film festival, please visit www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org. Wild & Scenic is a touring film festival based in Nevada City, Calif.