Special Guests Abound In The Wild Screening Event Thursday (Updated)

Update: Here’s more information from The Wild director Mark Titus:

Last Chance for Rocky Mountain Wild TicketsJoin a whole crew of us salmon warriors, in person, tomorrow night, October 14th, starting at 6pm Mountain Time in Boulder Colorado. We have much work to do to permanently protect Bristol Bay – and we have much to celebrate! Wild salmon harvest dinner; live music by Sunny Porch and film screenings. Plus, I’ll be sitting on an inspiring panel including Sam Snyder of Wild Salmon Center; 5th generation Bristol Bay fisherman and activist, Melanie Brown and author of Slow Money, Woody Tasch.
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All net proceeds from this event will be donated to the Bristol Bay Defense Fund led by United Tribes of Bristol Bay.
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We’re going to Livestream the whole event! You’ll be able to watch live music by Melanie Brown and Sunny Porch; two beautiful Bristol Bay short films + The Wild; take part in the panel discussion afterwards and most importantly TAKE ACTION as a community to permanently protect Bristol Bay! Just register below.
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The following is courtesy of Defend Bristol Bay:

Tomorrow, October 14 at 7:30 pm MDT, Join Stop Pebble Mine supporters and partners for a special livestream screening of award-winning film The Wild — a documentary on the fight to protect Bristol Bay. 

In addition to The Wild screening, the event will include a beautiful short film about Bristol Bay, featuring Wild Salmon Center’s Sam Snyder; and a 5-minute short documentary from the eyes and voices of Bristol Bay’s indigenous people, called “Bristol Bay’s First Voices.” 

Following this will be a panel discussion moderated by The Wild producer, John W. Comerford, that includes Wild Salmon Center’s Sam Snyder, Bristol Bay indigenous activist Melanie Brown, The Wild director Mark Titus, and special guests. They’ll talk about the film, the magic of Bristol Bay, and will offer an update about what is next in the push to protect Bristol Bay. 

The screenings and panel discussion are taking place as part of the Rocky Mountain Wild in-person event in Boulder, CO. All proceeds benefit the Bristol Bay Defense Fund. Tickets are available here. You can also view the live-stream here.

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