There was a time when the Sundance Film Festival held in Utah, didn't draw too much attention from Hollywood moguls. But that was then and this is now, and frankly, I prefer the days when I could actually get a ticket to a movie viewing.
But there is hope. The little known, Montana Wildlife Film Festival, held in Missoula is the place to be for nature and wildlife film-makers. One of the favorites so far, is a BBC production called “Natural World: Dune”, which follows a grain of sand as it starts from the sand dunes and journeys across Africa to the rivers and finally to the ocean.
The festival is held in Missoula from May 1st through the 8th. For tickets and screening information visit their site. If anyone has the opportunity to screen some of this films, a report would be greatly appreciated.
via (CJAD News)