National tour of “films to change our world” comes to East County
April 13, 2013 (Julian) -- May 17-19 brings the 2nd Annual Julian Wild & Scenic Film Festival-Films To Change Your World, with countless inspiring titles, to the Julian High School for the benefit of the Volcan Mountain Foundation and its work to protect and preserve Volcan Mountain in its natural state for all generations.
“The selection committee believes these are the best of over 100 films screened at the annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival hosted every January in Nevada City, California,” said Nancy Kramer, co-founder of the Julian Film Festival. Click here for a full list of films.
“This year’s films have been selected to kindle hope and inspiration. They not only educate you about the issues, but when the projector stops you’ll feel great about living on a jewel of a planet and want to help solve our environmental problems,” said Terry Ross, another of the festival’s co-founders. Ross adds, “When we realize that the change we need in this world begins with us, we can start making a difference."
The festival headquarters and film screens will be at Julian High School, 1656 Highway 78. See website below for additional event locations in Julian.
Price for full weekend festival pass is $50. Individual day passes are $20.