Wild & Scenic Film Fest
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a two-evening event presented annually by the Evanston Environmental Association (EEA) and the city of Evanston. Different movies are shown on the two separate evenings of the festival.
This is the festival's seventh year in Evanston and its popularity in past years has now led to a change in venue. The 2018 festival will take place in the 3rd floor theater of the One Rotary Center building on Sherman Avenue, allowing more people to enjoy the fest's inspirational environmental films in a larger and more comfortable space.
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is organized and produced by SYRCL (the South Yuba River Citizens League), and was started in part to help environmental organizations like the EEA grow their membership.
The festival offers a line-up of the best in environmental and adventure short films covering a variety of topics relevant to those concerned about the future of our planet.
NEW LOCATION! One Rotary Center, 1560 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201.
EEA Member Ticket Discounts
General admission tickets for the film festival are $10.
EEA Individual members get $5 off their film fest ticket. All other EEA member types get $5 off their ticket and $2 off each guest ticket. JOIN the EEA now to get film fest, green ball, garden walk ticket discounts and much more.
Beginning January 6, 2018, you can purchase tickets for one or both evenings by clicking on the buttons below.
Click HERE for a lineup of this year's inspiring films with a short description included for each film.
Parking will be available in the One Rotary Center building parking garage (which is in the same building as the theater). This garage can be entered from the north side of Grove St., just west of Sherman Ave. There is also street parking nearby and public parking garages within two blocks at 821 Davis St. and 1501 Sherman Ave. (Holiday Inn lower level).
Press releases and articles will be posted here as they come available.
Thank you to Nature's Perspective Landscaping for being this year's major sponsor.