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Wild Scenic Film Festival Goes on Tour

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City may be over…But the films of the festival will not be put away just yet, as SYRCL is preparing to  kick-off   the nationwide tour of many of the films that premiered at the home event. Publicity Director for the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, Samantha Hinrichs says The festival tour brings together the best of the home festival’s films in a three-hour program, that can be used to educate or as a fundraiser  for non profits,   with the goal to motivate people to go out and make a difference in their community and around the world.

click to hear Samantha Hinrichs

The tour started in 2004 and  has also had the effect of making more people aware of  SYRCL’s film festival in Nevada City.

click to hear Samantha Hinrichs
The application to bring the  Film Festival tour to your non profit or community  is  available on the website:  www.wildandscenicfilmfestival.org.


Best of Festival
Cafeteria Man

Spirit of Activism
Bidder 70

Most Inspiring Adventure Film
Out Living It

Best in Theme
Dear Governor Cuomo

Best Short Short

Jury Award
Atomic States of America

Jury Award
People of a Feather

Student Filmmaker Award
Patrick William Smith, The Longest Sun

John de Graaf Environmental Filmmaking Award
Deborah Koons Garcia, Symphony of the Soil

Honorable Mentions
In Organic We Trust
Desert Dreams
Cape Spin!

Best Children’s Film (Decided by our Kids’ Jury)
Watermelon Magic

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