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The Wild and Scenic Film Festival

"e" inc. is proud to be the official Boston host of The Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival -- the largest environmental film festival in the United States. Created eight years ago by a small group of riverkeepers in California, The Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival is designed to inspire by showing actions and ideas from around the globe on a wide array of environmental issues.

"e" inc. presents The Wild and Scenic Film Festival
an all-day event of film, foods, and festivities.
March 31, 2012
Atlantic Wharf's Waterfront Square
290 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210

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Captain Planet is coming!

Join us at Atlantic Wharf for a day of short film programs, a kids' matinee,
a wonderful eco-marketplace with something unique for everyone, science and arts activities,
 a special film tribute to Nobel Laureate &
Green Belt Movement Founder Wangari Maathai,
and even a sneak peek at the exciting new museum of the
Boston Society of Architects.

EcoFest is free.  Film programs in the 2nd floor theater are $5 per person, all ages (advance/door)

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The Finale

Locavore Supper and Featured Films

This is our 4th locavore tasting event!
Join us for a supper of foods from local restaurants and
locally-sourcing companies, live music, and a silent auction.
This is followed by 2 documentary films on the impact of activism and the power of modest change. This year, "e" inc. is presenting its Children’s Planet Protector Awards to the subjects of our
 two films.
Dessert, coffee and conversation with our Awardees close the evening.
A gorgeous night with proceeds going to "e" inc.. programs throughout the city.

Awards Ceremony

The "e" inc. “Children's Planet Protector” Awards will be given to 2 activists being featured in our evening films.
This year, "e" inc. hosts the WSFF has decided to give its coveted Children's Planet Protector Award to 2 local heroes (see Special Guest Bios)
David Branigan - leader of the international bike program at Bikes not Bombs, and
Mary Ann Stoddart - famed riverkeeper of the Nashua River. The latter's award will be
accepted by the filmmaker

Tickets at: Brown Paper Tickets: Early Bird Special til March 20th.

Regular Price: $40.
Early bird specials: Globe subscribers with code: 2 for $65.
 Early Bird listees: Mid-February till March 20: 2 for $70.

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The Wild and Scenic Film Festival

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