‘Wild Things,’ 9 other films to be part of festival
Ten movies focused on the environment, including the feature film “Wild Things” about the importance of native carnivores to ecosystems, will be screened at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival.
This is the fifth year for this film festival in Grand Junction that is put on by the Western Colorado Congress.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the films will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, April 26, at Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St.
Advance tickets cost $10 and are available at Whitewater West, 418 S. Seventh St., Summit Canyon Mountaineering, 461 Main St., and WCCongress.org.
Tickets cost $12 at the door.
The WCC website offers descriptions of each of the 10 movies to be screened.
In addition to “Wild Things,” ticket holders will be treated to films such as “The Man Who Lived on His Bike” about a man who spent 382 days riding his bike in Montreal, “Last Light,” which focuses on snow and spring light in Alaska, and “Too Special to Drill” about Wyoming’s Noble Basin.