Jumbo Wild

  • Reverence: The Monarch Project Reverence: The Monarch Project

Showings

Roxie Theater Fri, Apr 15, 2016 6:30 PM
Film Info
Director:Nick Waggoner
Year of Production:2015
Topic:Keep it Wild
Country:USA
Running Time:60 min.

Description

The Jumbo Valley, located deep in the wilds of British Columbia, has long been revered for its spiritual significance and beauty. The Valley is a crucial international wildlife corridor, one of only two remaining areas in North America where Grizzly bears can freely roam between Canada and the US. To the Ktunaxa Nation, it is known as Qata'muk, home of the Grizzly bear spirit. For decades, First Nations, conservationists, backcountry skiers and snowboarders have fought a proposed large-scale ski resort. After 24 years of opposition, what more will it take to keep Jumbo wild for good?

www.patagonia.com/us/the-new-localism/Jumbo-Wild

DISCUSSION WITH:
- Jorge Moreno, Patagonia
- Mia Monroe, Park Ranger, National Park Service and liaison, Xerces Society (with short film Reverence: The Monarch Project);
- Liam O'Brien, Lepidopterist (with short film Reverence: The Monarch Project)
- hosted by David McGuire, Shark Stewards/Earth Island Institute.

5:00pm Canada Reception

Please join Green Film Fest and the Consulate General of Canada, San Francisco, for a reception before the screening in our FestHQ at 518 Valencia. Entry is complimentary for all Festival pass or ticket holders.


Program Sponsor:

Consulate General of Canada SF

Hospitality Sponsor:

La Mediterranee

Community Partners:

Banff Mountain Film Festival | Clif | Nature in the City | Patagonia Provisions | Rose Foundation for Communities & the Environment

Included Shorts

Reverence: The Monarch Project (13min) More

Additional Information

Nick Waggoner is the director of Sweetgrass Productions. His works include Valhalla, Solitaire (which earned him a National Geographic 'Adventurer of the Year' nomination and won best cinematography, best director, best editing, and best emerging filmmaker at X-Dance), Hand Cut (which won best cinematography at the 2010 POWDER Awards), Jumbo Wild, and more. In addition to films, Waggoner has worked on a variety of television and commercial productions including HBO's 24/7: Boxing and NBC Sports.

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