American Conservation Film Festival: Nov 1st

“Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay” has been chosen as an Official Selection of the 2012 American Conservation Film Festival. It is scheduled to be shown opening night, Thursday, November 1st.

With an emphasis on the intersection between people and the environment, the festival provides a venue to explore these issues and bring them back to people’s lives, through high quality films and discussions with filmmakers and other experts. The festival is dedicated to promoting outstanding films and the arts that educate and inspire people to become engaged in conservation.

Sarah Gulick and Brian Kelley will be part of a panel discussion after the film screens.

For the full schedule: http://www.conservationfilm.org/filmgoers/schedule.html

 

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