We're hitting the road again on Mountainfilm's World Tour!
Needless to say, we're psyched to screen the film to new and diverse communities around the globe. After screening at the festival in Telluride in May, we can honestly tell you this year's line up is incredibly inspiring.
Catch the film screening world-wide on the 2017 tour and check back regularly on their site for an upcoming full list of dates and locations near you:https://www.mountainfilm.org/tour/schedule
Friday, September 15th - 6:30pm - Key City Theatre
Sunday, September 17th - 12:30pm - American Legion
We are very excited to screen the film in Port Townsend, Washington, a nearby community to which the film takes place. More information to come, stay tuned!
It is truly an honor to have Being Hear featured at this year's Telluride Mountainfilm Festival May 26-29th!
Co-Director Palmer Morse will be in attendance to represent the film all three days of the festival, which is already looking to be a sold out year. Snag your tickets while you can: https://www.mountainfilm.org/passes-tickets-list
We are thrilled to announce we'll be screening at the 2017 edition of the San Francisco Green Film Festival!
WHERE: "Little Roxie" Theatre 3117 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
WHEN: April 25th, 2017 @ 8:30pm
Considering the current threats to our global environment, ecosystems, and wildernesses we cannot wait to take part in a weekend of forward thinking in such an incredible city.
* Filmmaker Palmer Morse in attendance.
We're psyched to take part in this year's The Earth Day Film Festival as an Official Selection!
We can think of no better way to celebrate and bring attention to the dire need to protect our home than three days of camping, films, music, classes, and workshops in the Mojave Desert!
They've just launched a Kickstarter in preparation for the festival. Check it out and donate:https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tedff/the-earth-day-film-festival-2017?ref=creator_nav
Ticketing info to come soon, for now "like" their page to stay tuned into the action and check out their official site: http://www.earthdayfilmfest.org/
Beyond ourselves to hear we're an Official Selection of the 40th Annual International Wildlife Film Festival, the longest running festival of it's kind in the world!
TWO SCREENINGS IN THE ROXIE THEATER
Sunday, April 16th, 11:30A, Theater 2
Wednesday, April 19th, 3P, Theater 1
Hey Los Angeles! We'll be screening with some other incredible environmental films at the LA Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival World Tour stop hosted by the Mono Lake Committee March 9th and 11th!
The screening will happen at 2pm, March 11th in Sierra Madre.
Tickets are on sale now: http://www.monolake.org/wildandscenic/