For Immediate Release
August 15, 2019
Oregon film accepted in two festivals
Wild Possibilities announced as an official selection for Clatskanie International Film Festival & Eugene Environmental Film Festival
PORTLAND, OR—The documentary film, Wild Possibilities—showcasing natural wonders around the state and stories of five local land trusts—is an official selection of the upcoming Clatskanie International Film Festival (Aug 17, 2019) and the Eugene Environmental Film Festival (Oct 4-6, 2019).
“Filming in these spaces only deepens my appreciation for these diverse landscapes along with the people who have chosen a life to protect, steward and conserve them,” said Brady Holden, filmmaker of Wild Possibilities—a film made possible by the Land Trust Alliance and Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts.
Mark your calendars:
- Aug 17, 2019: Clatskanie International Film Festival, free admission
- Clatskanie Cultural Center, City Hall building, 75 S. Nehalem, Clatskanie, Or
- Oct 4-6, 2019: Eugene Environmental Film Festival
- Multiple locations, Eugene, Or
Wild Possibilities features five stories from across Oregon:
- Lower Nehalem Community Trust’s community garden program
- The Wetland Conservancy’s native oyster project
- Columbia Land Trust’s backyard habitat program in partnership with Portland Audubon
- Greenbelt Land Trust’s community conversations and art and culture
- Wallowa Land Trust’s partnerships and the return of the coho salmon
The Wild Possibilities film is produced by Brady Holden, sponsored by the Land Trust Alliance and the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts and supported by a generous grant from Meyer Memorial Trust. If you can’t make it to the big screens, you can always enjoy the film online.
About the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts (COLT): The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts serves and strengthens the land trust community in Oregon, with 28 member organizations across the state.
About the Land Trust Alliance: The national Land Trust Alliance is a voice of the land trust community and leader in policy, standards, education and training.
Watch the film at www.wildpossibilities.org
Enjoy and share with #WildPossibilitiesOR