This Saturday, October 8th, Lords of Nature will be featured at the Ellensburg Film Festival in Ellensburg, Washington. Since 2004, this three-day festival has been showing an outstanding selection of critically acclaimed films, with numerous screenings and venues, diverse cultural and artistic offerings, and a fun and relaxed atmosphere open to all. Previous festival films have gone on to be featured (and even win awards!) at the Sundance Film Festival, Cannes, and other well-known festivals around the world.
The Ellensburg Film Festival uses movies to encourage dialog and to promote diversity, while forging new connections between the region and the rest of the world. Using a program of thought-provoking cinema, the festival exposes audiences to both the artistry and important issues in current independent film. The festival also provides a platform for students, colleagues, and community members to exhibit their work while advancing local economic activity.
Other films showing at the festival include Even the Rain, If a Tree Falls: The Story of the Earth Liberation Front, A Perfect Soldier, Pedal Driven: A Bike-umentary, and many more.
Lords of Nature will be showing at 1:45pm at the Central Washington University Theater located at 400 E. University Way in Ellensburg.
Prior to the screening, viewers will be treated to a 10-minute short film, and they can look forward to a Q&A discussion immediately following Lords of Nature. Trust us–this is a film that will get people talking about wolves and why coexistence is crucial!
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