Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour 2020
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour is returning to the Bayou City for two inspiring nights of environmental cinema on January 28 and 29, 2020. Hosted for the sixth straight year by the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, this ever-popular film fest will be screened once again at the historic River Oaks Theatre.
Tickets on sale now through Eventbrite.
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The January festival is just one of many offerings as part of the Houston Green Film Series, including the Wild About Houston Film Festival. CEC is using this festival to tell local environmental stories, highlight the work of CEC’s member organizations, and inspire our residents and visitors to make a difference in the local environment and our quality of life.
The lineup will include three films that were selected from among the films at the Wild About Houston Green Film Festival in October 2019. Come out to support the Houston Parks Board, Buffalo Bayou Partnership and Environmental Defense Fund films.
The auction has some GREAT items, including a boat ride on Buffalo Bayou, a pontoon ride through Armand Bayou, a bat chat with Houston’s Wildlife Biologist, an exclusive photograph from Jaime Gonzalez, a farm-to-table dinner with a chef from Central City Co-op, and a Peak Design Every Day Tote. Plus, fun door prizes.
Sponsorship is an amazing opportunity to align your organization with our environmental community and inspire people to take action where they live. You support over 130 local organizations that are part of the CEC, and raise awareness for your own green initiatives. To learn more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-524-4232 after reviewing the sponsorship flier below.
Special thanks to our Projector Sponsors:
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Houston Area Bat Team
Lawrence Spence & Hayley Pallister
Thanks to our promotional supporters:
Bayou Preservation Association, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, Houston Community Partnerships and Engagement, Native Plant Society, The Lazy Gardener and Friends, Houston Film Commission, Houston Canoe Club, Katy Prairie Conservancy, Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, Native Plant Society-Clear Lake Chapter and Houston Chapter, Houston Audubon, Texas Association for Environmental Education, HERE in Houston, 14 Pews, Houston Sierra Club, Coastal Prairie Partnership, Native Prairies Association of Texas, Texas Campaign for the Environment, The Woods Project, Urban Harvest, White Oak Bayou Association, Save Buffalo Bayou, Green Building Resource Center, Doomsday Wrestling, American Association for Zookeepers, H-GAC