POSTPONED | Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Due to concerns about the COVID-19 virus, ACES is POSTPONING next week’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
We are closely monitoring the recommended safety strategies for public events from Pitkin County Public Health (and CDC and CDPHE). Stay tuned to ACES’ website and social media for additional notifications regarding future changes to events and programming. ACES will continue to follow preventative measures and employ proactive strategies to promote the safety of our community, visitors, and staff.
For those of you who have purchased tickets to the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, you will be refunded through point of sale. If you have questions, please contact the Aspen Show Tix box office at 970-920-5770.
As we ascertain more information, we will communicate future announcements and a new date for the film festival through aspennature.org, our social media networks, and email.
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ACES and Patagonia Snowmass are thrilled to host the sixth annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Tuesday, March 17th at 6:30PM at the Wheeler Opera House! This special evening will showcase internationally acclaimed short films that both inform and inspire attendees to take action.
Proceeds from the event benefit ACES’ Tomorrow’s Voices program, which provides civics and environmental leadership education to regional high school students. The mission of Tomorrow’s Voices is to cultivate responsible citizenship and ethical leadership in the youth of the Roaring Fork Valley. This event is presented annually in memory of Willard Clapper.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day-of. We encourage guests to purchase tickets in advance, as this event sells out every year!
This year’s flim line-up:
- Rocky Intertidal Zones (Oregon)
- Words Have Power
- The Guardian Elephant Warriors of Reteti
- Every Nine Minutes
- Sounds of Survival
- (Re)Connecting Wild
- Wild Toddler Chronicles: Legacy
- See Animals
- Who’s Your Farmer!
- Love, Trails, & Dinosaurs
- A Walk Through The Land of A Thousand Hills
Thanks to this year’s sponsors for their support of this community event: