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Wild and Scenic Film Festival
Jeudi 19 Septembre 2019 - 06:00pm - Jeudi 19 Septembre 2019 10:00pm

You won’t want to miss the line-up of inspirational films at our Wild and Scenic Film Festival; from a photographer’s Arctic trek in search of polar bears, to the wonders of innovation that nature has to offer humans through biomimicry, to New Brunswick’s own water defenders who helped to win the moratorium on hydraulic fracking.

Theatre space has been kindly donated by the New Brunswick Museum at 1 Market Square in Saint John on Thursday, Sept. 19. 

Our program starts at 6:00 p.m and includes special speakers –  the Conservation Council’s own Fundy Baykeeper Matt Abbot and Gulf of St. Lawrence Fisheries Specialist, Anne Faure. We are also excited to have Saint Johner, Johanne McInnis who is an alumna of the innovative 150-day climate outreach expedition documented in the film Canada C3 – Coast to Coast to Coast.

Stick around after the films and join us for a chat at our catered reception in the museum’s gorgeous marine exhibit.

Entry is by free-will donation. All donations will go to the the Conservation Council’s on-going efforts to promote practical solutions to environmental problems affecting New Brunswick. Read more about our work here.

Click here to see our full list of movie details and to reserve your seat today!

This event was organized by the Conservation Council of New Brunswick with support from the New Brunswick Museum and the Wild & Scenic Film Festival.

Founded nearly two decades ago by the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), the Wild & Scenic Film Festival travels to more than 250 communities around the globe each year to encourage citizens to learn more about what they can do to protect our environment. We look forward to seeing you Sept. 19!

New Brunswick Museum
1 Market Square
Saint John
New Brunswick
E2L 4Z6

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