Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Considered one of the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festivals, Wild & Scenic combines stellar filmmaking, beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling. Attendees enjoy award-winning films about nature, community activism, adventure and conservation, including many that relate to Seatuck’s work on Long Island.

THANK YOU to everyone who joined us May 20!  

We are very grateful to our event sponsors, in-kind donors, raffle donors and participants who came together to make this a great event. We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you again next year!

 

Thank You to our 2022 Sponsors!

With Gratitude

Seatuck would like to thank the following businesses & individuals for their generous donations:

The Adventure Park

Bubba’s Burrito Bar

Ellie Gerdes

Fire Island Vines

Get Tanked

Susan Hammond

Harp & Hound

Maxwell’s

Parmar Liquor

REI

Steve Terr

The Pizzeria-Islip

About the Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Created in 2003 by California’s South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), the Wild & Scenic Film Festival promotes grassroots environmental activism through art and film. Each year, SYRCL curates the best in environmental documentaries, shorts, and adventure films for their flagship festival in Nevada City, California. 

To share these incredible films with more people, they take the festival “On Tour,” partnering to produce nearly 250 events each year, each creating unique film festivals in their own communities and using the festival to raise funds, reach new contacts, and raise awareness of local issues. Seatuck has been SYRCL’s Long Island partner since 2019.

The New York State Department of Health recommends that all eligible residents be vaccinated against COVID-19. Seatuck will continue to monitor and comply with all public health guidelines regarding public and private events. 

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