Five thousand film lovers and environmental activists are descending upon the foothill towns of Grass Valley and Nevada City this week. That can only mean that the Wild and Scenic Film Festival has returned. This is the 13th year of the festival –which is considered the largest environmental film festival in the nation.
More than 130 films have been accepted for the January 15 to 18 festival. Subjects include activism, adventures, and children’s films. As always, dozens of filmmakers will be in attendance, including Grass Valley filmmaker Jeff Litton. He joins us with festival organizer Melinda Booth to talk about his and other films being shown this year. The films will be screening in eight venues in Nevada City and neighboring Grass Valley throughout the weekend.
- Wild & Scenic Film Festival 2015 Films
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