Join Wild South for an evening of fellowship and film! This screening is our second of a monthly screening of films that inspire and educate the public on important environmental issues and timeless environmental heroes. We will screen Southern Exposure’s 2014 films. We selected these for their content that applies to the Bankhead National Forest.
Southern Exposure Film Fellowship is a film fellowship program that actively raised awareness about Alabama’s incredible natural resources and important environmental issues that impact all of us. After five years of storytelling on behalf of Alabama’s environmental wealth and over 30 films about citizens working to protect the state’s abundance of natural wonders, the Southern Exposure Film Fellowship is coming to a close.
We will celebrate and honor this incredible film series with a showing of their 2014 films at our office in Moulton, Alabama.
Highlights of this series are the feral hog documentary, Invasive in Alabama, a tribute to John Wathen, The Accidental Environmentalist and the legendary fight against the tar sands mine, Paradise or Profit.
Friday, May 12. Door opens at 6:30 p.m. Films begin promptly at 7 p.m. and runs a little over an hour. Brief discussion immediately following.
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Film showing in the Wild South office in Moulton.