Make the most of your Wild & Scenic Film Fest experience by planning ahead. Familiarize yourself with choice films, check the highlights, and organize your at home viewing schedule so you don’t miss a beat.
We are ecstatic to announce our 2021 Award Winners! This year’s award-winning films were chosen from a field of over 100 films by a dedicated team of Jurors. Details
The 2021 Wild and Scenic Film Festival has an incredible selection of films that will inspire you, take you to new places, and introduce you to new ways of seeing the world. With over 100 films to choose from over the course of 11 days, the most difficult choice will be what to watch. Details
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is proud to work with many amazing organizations that are devoted to protecting the earth and creating sustainability for all. We host our annual EnviroFair to let all of these important organizations showcase their work and inform us on how we can engage in a meaningful way as a community.
Unfortunately, this year’s EnviroFair will be postponed until 2023. We look forward to gathering together on York Street in celebration of environmental activism in action next year.
Click through the logos below to learn more and get involved at the Wild & Scenic EnviroFair!
During the festival, there are many events other than just films. Keep the “Wild” in Wild & Scenic by taking time to appreciate the nature around you. We are pleased to offer these self-guided excursions from our local community. While these hikes are for Nevada County, CA we encourage you to go get outside and explore wherever you may be! Details
In case you missed it, we have unveiled our 2021 official trailer highlighting some of our lineup of over 100 environmental and adventure films, including 13 world premieres, to be shown at the 19th annual flagship event happening January 14-24, 2021. We hope this gets you as excited as it does us! Details
Join Wild & Scenic Film Festival this January 14-24 for more than 100 environmental and adventure films, including 13 world premieres! This year the festival is taking place as an entirely virtual experience over the course of eleven days and will feature activist workshops, an art exhibition, youth programs, as well as opportunities to interact with filmmakers and special guests. Details
Have your trips to the river been sullied by troublesome trash, repellent rubbish or disagreeable debris? If so, we want to know. Details
The Trump Administration’s efforts to sacrifice clean water for energy projects are directly impacting the Yuba and its tributaries. Details
Scotch broom is the most conspicuous invasive species we have in our watershed. It is extremely flammable and is toxic to deer, livestock, and horses. But, wait! There is something you can do to reduce the risk Scotch broom poses to our community and beautiful Yuba home. Details