Where antivism gets inspired. Thursday September 14th, 6:30-8:45 PM at the Gardiner School. Doors open at 5:30 for dinner wraps from the Yellowstone Grill. This is a fun annual community event around films that inspire, including Yellowstone’s Northern Range, The High Divide and Elk River.
Tickets on sale for $10 (free 12 and under) online at northernplains.org/film-festival-tickets or in Gardiner at Yellowstone Wild The Gallery (222 Park Street, Gardiner) and Park’s Fly Shop (202 Second Street, Gardiner).
The following is the trailer for The High Divide:
The High Divide Official screener
They say The High Divide is the place where America is cut in two. Then again, it may be where everything comes together. It was once called “the big empty” but it’s bursting at the seams – with deep forests, streams brimming with trout, meadows flush with grizzlies and wildflowers, and peaks so wild and vast they stretch all the way to the horizon. It’s also full of big characters. People who love the land. Cowboys who love salmon. Range riders who shepherd cattle and carnivores. Woodcutters who fight for forests. Generation after generation stewarding land and water. These are the voices of the new pioneers. An original film from Heart of the Rockies Initiative & Grizzly Creek Films celebrates the confluence of a wild place, its visionary people, and a mission to preserve and restore the backbone of the American West.
Click here for more information on Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Gardiner, Montana taking place on Thursday September 14, 2017.
Brought to you by the Bear Creek Council – http://www.bearcreekcouncil.org.
Bear Creek Council is based in Gardiner, Montana. Gardiner is a gateway into Yellowstone National Park. We work closely with park rangers and local citizens to conserve and protect the integrity of our environment and community.
If you’re visiting Yellowstone National Park on Thursday September 14th check out this fun community event in Gardiner! I recommend you attend!