The Wild & Scenic Film Festival comes to the Lafayette Theater in Suffern in celebration of Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. The festival features award-winning short films and mini documentaries that explore spectacular natural landscapes, feature wildlife conservation efforts and protection of land and water resources, encourage outdoor adventure, and tell stories of people who are making a difference. The event is hosted by ROSA and supported by sponsors and conservation partner organizations.
Festival partners include: Rockland Audubon Society, The Fyke Nature Association, The Hungry Hollow Co-op, Hackensack Riverkeeper, Keep Rockland Beautiful, New York – New Jersey Trail Conference, Preserve Hudson Valley, Sterling Forest Partnership, NYCLASS, Stony Point Action Committee for the Environment, 350NJ, Rivertown Film, and Rotary Club of Suffern
Films featured at the Lafayette: “Spaceship Earth Passenger Briefing,” “American Lawn,” “Birdsongs: Yosemite Nature Notes,” “Bluebird Man,” “Bounce, This Is Not A Freestyle Movie,” “Common Ground,” “Earthbook,” “I Heard,” “Monarchs & Milkweed,” “The New Environmentalists: Habitat for the Endangered (Island Nations – Indonesia),” “White Earth,” “Unfair Game: The Politics of Poaching,” and “Oceans North – Protecting Manitoba’s Beluga Estuaries.”
April 22, 2015 at 7:30pm - 10pm