Officials have announced the first wave of films to be screened at the sixth annual Lookout Wild Film Festival Jan. 18–21.
Highlighting the “best outdoor adventure and conservation films from around the world and right in our own backyard,” this year’s festival offers feature films about protecting populations of American wild mustang horses, a man’s obsession with falconry and the story of four young Kiwi explorers who travel to Antarctica to climb Mount Scott.
Tickets go on sale Dec. 1 through the Tivoli Theatre box office. Films will be screened at the Robert Kirk Walker Theatre at Memorial Auditorium.
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A full schedule of film times and guests will be released soon.
View trailers of the first wave of films below.