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WSFF Virtually Summer - Nature Makers + Shorts

WSFF Virtually Summer - Nature Makers + Shorts

Virtual Lobby "Doors" at 6:30 pm / Films at 7:00 pm PT -- Total Run Time: 113 min. -- Uncle Elephant (5 min), From Kurils with Love (24 min), The Nature Makers (68 min)

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Welcome to the Wild & Scenic Film Festival’s Virtually Summer Series! We’re excited to share this program of fan favorites from the 2021 flagship festival event that took place in January. Your ticket to the live virtual event also grants you access to the On Demand version of the program once the live event has completed.


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Save the Date! WSFF 2022 will take place January 13-17, 2022 


Thanks for tuning in today. We hope you enjoy the films!



Film Program:
Uncle Elephant (5 min)
This is the story of Tuy Sereivathana (Vathana), Cambodia Program Director of Wild Earth Allies, and his dream to work in the forest and protect elephants. Vathana is internationally recognized for his community-based Asian elephant conservation efforts – he is a Goldman Environmental Prize recipient and a National Geographic Explorer. His work over two decades has improved community well-being and reduced threats to Asian elephants and other wildlife.

From Kurils with Love (24 min)
Vladimir, a scrappy but aging Russian marine mammal biologist, unexpectedly hitch hikes aboard a boat filled with adventure photographers out of a desperate need to return to his science monitoring stations. His boat, 2 weeks prior, was lost to the explosion of the Raikoke volcano. He is on a mission to help fulfill his quest to understand and protect the Kuril Islands before his age fails him, and so together the team sets out in one of the most remote and accessible volcanic island chains in the world to help Vladimir.

The Nature Makers (68 min)

In a world increasingly dominated by humans, three teams of determined conservationists go to extraordinary lengths to save three threatened species in the American heartland. Stunningly photographed in the Grand Canyon and on the American prairie, The Nature Makers follows biologists who’ve deployed helicopters, giant bulldozers, and a host of human tools in order to defend nature.