Local filmmakers Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele have been telling stories about people, nature and climate change for over a decade. Benj and Sara will share some of their projects and give us a look behind the scenes. They are currently producing a series of films on climate change in the Pacific Northwest, documenting an early warning system for nature with Conservation International, and recently, they launched an interactive website on the future of natural history. Their work has been screened at Mountainfilm in Telluride and the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, published by National Geographic and Smithsonian, and featured in exhibits and presentations around the world.
At the Twisp River Pub. Drinks and dinner are available for purchase at 6pm.
Presented by the Methow Conservancy. www.methowconservancy.org 509.996.2870