Film Fest

Wild and Scenic Film Festival

September 20, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

For the third year we are partnering with Wild & Scenic Film Festival, Glen Canyon Conservancy, Grand Staircase-Escalante Partners, and Boulder Arts Council to celebrate film as a part of the art festival programming.  The film festival features films on a variety of subjects from rivers and adventure to wildlife.  The event is family-friendly.  Click HERE for more about Wild and Scenic Film Festival.




Film List

What Does It Take?

The Art of Fog Catching








Cowboys and Scientists







For the Love of Salmon







Too Precious to Mine







Creek Sessions







Water from the Mountain








A New View of the Moon







Space to Explore







Sky Migrations








Wild Utah







Into the Canyon

LOCATION: Escalante High School Auditorium
September 27, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

In 2016 filmmaker/photographer Pete McBride and writer Kevin Fedarko set out on a 750-mile journey on foot through the entire length of the Grand Canyon. From the outset, the challenge was far more than they bargained for. More people have stood on the moon than have completed a continuous through hike of the Canyon. McBride and Fedarko took a sectional approach, achieving a feat that many adventurers have taken decades to complete. Others have lost their lives trying. But their quest was more than just an endurance test – it was also a way to draw attention to the unprecedented threats facing one of our most revered landscapes.

Throughout their passage, McBride and Fedarko encountered an astonishingly diverse and powerful landscape, rich in history, that is now facing perhaps the gravest crisis in the 100-year history of the Grand Canyon National Park. Directed by Pete McBride and produced by Insignia Films, INTO THE CANYON is a story of extreme physical hardship that stretches the bonds of friendship and a meditation on the timeless beauty of this sacred place. It is an urgent warning about the environmental dangers that are placing one of America’s greatest monuments in peril and a cautionary tale for our complex relationship with the natural world.