Wild and Scenic Film Festival On Tour

Jan. 17, 2021

Houston’s Citizens’ Environmental Coalition is hosting the virtual Wild & Scenic Film Festival on January 29 at 7 p.m.

The online program features short films about environmental and inspirational topics, including three films from local artists.

The three local films, popular winners of last fall’s Wild About Houston Film Festival 2020, are “Trip Around the Sun” by SETSVN, a documentary film featuring local Houston farmers and growers talking about sustainability; “Adventures with Edu-Katie” from the Delores Fenwick Nature Center in the City of Pearland, and “A Closer Look at Insects” from the Native Prairies Association of Texas, starring katydids, grasshoppers, and walking sticks from the Lawther-Deer Park Prairie in Harris County.

Other featured films of particular local interest are “The Last Call for the Bayou,” about the migratory bird flyway, and “There’s Something in the Water.” about invasive species in Caddo Lake.

Tickets start at $15. Step right here to get your tickets now!

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