Reserve Your Wild & Scenic Seat!
On Thursday, March 9, the PRC and Allegheny CleanWays will host an evening of award-winning films that address pressing global issues such as climate change, species extinction and environmental justice.
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival – currently the largest environmental film festival in the nation – will make a stop in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 9, at the Eddy Theater at Chatham University’s Shadyside campus. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the program will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The film fest, which serves as a fundraiser for the two local nonprofit organizations, will offer an opportunity for festival-goers to connect with local initiatives to make a positive impact on the environment right here in western Pennsylvania.
Purchase tickets in advance here or calling PRC at 412-488-7490 x105 or purchase tickets at the door on March 9. Tickets are $15 with all proceeds benefiting PRC and Allegheny CleanWays.
ABOUT THE “WILD & SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL”
Initially a project of SYRCL (South Yuba River Citizens League), the annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival works to combine beautiful and moving filmmaking and environmental issues to inspire citizens across the nation to protect the environment and take action for our local and global communities. Since 2003, the festival has evolved into the largest environmental film festival in the nation, with the event kicking off each January in California. This year the nationwide tour to 150+ cities – from Alaska to Maine – will stop in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 9.