Virtual Screening Of The Wild Available

The following is courtesy of filmmaker Mark Titus, director of The Breach and The Wild:

(PHOTO COURTESY OF MARK TITUS/THE WILD)
View this email in your browserTOMORROW NIGHT! Thursday, May 14th ~ 5:30pm Pacific – Special Virtual Screening of The Wild ~ to benefit Save Bristol Bay
Trout Unlimited (TU) Alaska and their unwavering Save Bristol Bay campaignhave supported me and my work since we made The Breach in 2012. In particular, I want to thank Jenny Weis, Nelli Williams and now, Meghan Barker who have spent hundreds of hours working to bring the message of saving Bristol Bay for future generations to the world. Now we have 2 days left to support their campaign to tell President Trump NO on permitting for the Pebble Mine.

As a special thank you to Save Bristol Bay and the many thousand hunters and anglers who support their important work through their TU Membership, we are offering a special virtual screening to TU Alaska and all your supporters tomorrow night – before the official June 5th launch of our Save What You Love Virtual Tour of The Wild

If you have signed the letter to the president, you’ll already have received an invite. If you haven’t signed yet, you can do so right HERE – and you’ll receive a welcome letter from TU Alaska with an invite to join us tomorrow night. Tickets are $12. Two dollars of each ticket will go back to TU Alaska to support their ongoing work to Save Bristol Bay!

Live Q&A panel after the screening will feature Meghan Barker from TU Alaska; Nancy Morris Lyon – owner Bear Trail Lodge; Dave McCoy – owner, Emerald Water Anglers; Matt Thorton – guide at Bristol Bay’s Rainbow River Lodge and me.
 gorgeous Bristol Bay morning by Bob WaldropNext Thursday (May 21st) !! As we inch closer to the starting line of our National Virtual Tour on June 5th, we have a couple more special screenings lined up to honor the work of our friends and partners.

Next week, folks who sign the petition to Congress to Defend Bristol Bay will be invited to join us for one more special screening before the official launch of the Virtual Tour – as a special thank you to the coalition comprising Defend Bristol Bay. 

We stand shoulder to shoulder with our friends working tirelessly for the Bay – many of whom live there- from Commercial Fishermen for Bristol BayUnited Tribes of Bristol BaySalmon State and Wild Salmon Center.

Sign the petition to tell Congress NO to turning Bristol Bay into a mining district – and support the critical work our friends and allies are doing to Defend Bristol Bay – and receive an invite to join us next Thursday.Follow @thewildfilm on FacebookInstagram and Twitter for up-to-the-minute announcements about tour dates!SAVE THE DATE ~ JUNE 5th!!
The Wild ~ Save What You Love Virtual Tour kicks off in Alaska, Seattle and Washington DC. We’ll be hosting the first of two LIVE virtual events at 4pm Pacific – 7pm Eastern for those in Washington DC.

The second event will begin at 7pm Pacific for everyone in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Homer, Ketchikan and Seattle. Live, virtual Q&A’s to follow each livestream screening of The Wild and will include Chef Tom Douglas, Trout Unlimited CEO, Chris Wood and more special luminaries from the film…

All details and links to register will be headlined in next week’s newsletter! Tell your friends and family to join us by registering for this newsletter. Click right HERE to hop onboard!Chef Tommy D ~ Eating Wild to Save WildThis has been a long, ongoing journey. Thank you for taking it with me. There’s much more work to do for Bristol Bay and much more to come…

In Wildness,
Mark

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