Keep it Wild Shorts

  • 62 Years 62 Years
  • Diversity and Inclusion in Our Wild Spaces Diversity and Inclusion in Our Wild Spaces
  • Free the Snake: Restoring America's Greatest Salmon River Free the Snake: Restoring America's Greatest Salmon River
  • A Line in the Sand A Line in the Sand
  • Moving the Giants Moving the Giants
  • Nature Rx Nature Rx
  • Trailhead Trailhead

Showings

Roxie Theater Sun, Apr 17, 2016 1:00 PM
Film Info
Topic:Keep it Wild
Climate Change
Bay Area
Running Time:90 min.

Description

Shorts Program

These wild stories venture into our magnificent outdoor spaces. As part of this year’s National Park Service Centennial celebrations, this collection of short films brings you a new look at the people protecting our wild spaces and the landscapes that inspire them.

62 Years
Logan Bockrath, USA, 2015, 9 min -- San Francisco Premiere
Ken Brower reflects on the work of his father, the preeminent conservationist David Brower, and the looming water crisis in the American West.

Diversity & Inclusion in our Wild Spaces
Jason Fitzpatrick, USA, 2015, 8 min -- San Francisco Premiere
A campfire discussion on improving the diversity of visitors and employees within our parks and wild spaces.

Free the Snake
Carissa Ridgeway Tudor, USA, 2015, 7 min -- World Premiere
Snake River Salmon have been trucked, put on barges, diverted up fish ladders - The time has come to breach the dams and reconnect wild salmon to this important wetland.

A Line in the Sand
Chris Cresci & Justin Clifton, USA 2014, 3 min -- San Francisco Premiere
A spirited call to arms, illustrating some of Edward Abbey's most inspiring and passionate language with beautiful 3-D animation.

Moving the Giants
Michael Ramsey, USA, 2015, 11 min -- San Francisco Premiere
The story of arborist David Milarch as he helps California coastal redwoods migrate northward to survive climate changes that threaten their current habitat.

Nature Rx
Justin Bogardus, USA, 2015, 1 min -- San Francisco Premiere
2016 BEST SHORT AWARD. A friendly reminder to us Earthly inhabitants of what feels good and what is worth protecting once we take an adventure outdoors.

Trailhead
Emily Fraser & Henry Weiner, USA, 2015, 20 min -- San Francisco Premiere
Celebrating Oakland's vast wildland trail system, connecting the heart of the city to redwood forests and over five hundred miles of trails that span the entire East Bay.

DISCUSSION WITH:
- Jason Fitzpatrick, director, Diversity & Inclusion in our Wild Spaces
- Teresa Baker, founder, African American National Parks Event, appears in Diversity & Inclusion in our Wild Spaces
- Carissa Ridgeway Tudor, director, Free the Snake
- Michael Ramsey, director, Moving the Giants
- Stan Dodson, executive producer, Trailhead
- hosted by Jason Mark, Editor, SIERRA Magazine.


Program Sponsors:

Heather Louie & Jason Kaminsky               Sierra Magazine

Community Partners:

Friends of the Urban Forest | NOMAD Gardens | Sierra Club SF Chapter | Walk SF

Included Shorts

62 Years (9min) More
Diversity and Inclusion in Our Wild Spaces (8min) More
Free the Snake: Restoring America's Greatest Salmon River (7min) More
A Line in the Sand (3min) More
Moving the Giants (11min) More
Nature Rx (1min) More
Trailhead (20min) More

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