Wild and Scenic Film Festival 

"All good things are wild and free."

Calling all film lovers! The Wild and Scenic Film Festival will return to Boise on Friday, Jan. 5, for its 15th annual showing, featuring 11 adventure and conservation films that are sure to excite, challenge and inspire. The festival is presented by the Idaho Chapter Sierra Club, and will be hosted at The Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise. Its films aim to inform the public about environmental issues and how to take action. Young nature-lovers can try the Wild Child Film Festival, a youth version of the Wild and Scenic Film Festival including six short films that encourage kids to connect with the outdoors. Whether you belong to a family of avid campers, can't sit out a climate march or just want to see some excellent films, the Egyptian is the place to indulge your inner activist.

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