NatureTrack Film Festival will ring in the New Year by sharing the preliminary film lineup for the March 22-24, 2019, 3-day event in Los Olivos tomorrow: January 1st!
NTFF is very excited by the excellent selection they have planned and think you will be too. In addition to those already secured, stay tuned by following NTFF social media for additional films, programming, and special guests.
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Passes are on-sale now! Tickets to films will be available during the weekend, but for an all-inclusive, stress-free experience, we encourage our audience to purchase a pass and not miss a minute of fun! Enjoy first opportunities to choose your seats at films and panels. Easy access to receptions, dedicated VIP lounge to relax with a snack and beverage and, for our Patron Pass holder, a complimentary swag bag, a delicious spotlight dinner with filmmakers, and the satisfaction of knowing that a tax-deductible $80 of your pass goes directly toward helping NatureTrack instill students with leadership skills, attitudes and habits for lifelong learning, and inspiring them to be respectful stewards of the natural world.
On March 22-24, 2019 we invite everyone to enjoy a Film Festival which supports the next generation of empowered nature lovers!
Sue Eisaguirre founded NatureTrack in order to introduce school children to outdoor spaces from the seashore to the inland oak woodlands of Santa Barbara County by providing cost-free outdoor field trips. Utilizing local trails and beaches throughout the county, NatureTrack instills students with leadership skills, attitudes and habits for lifelong learning, and inspiring them to be respectful stewards of the natural world. Since 2011, over 18,000 students have had the opportunity to experience a NatureTrack field trip. Demand for the curriculum coordinated program has increased every year with teachers praising the docent-led excursions that align with classroom instruction.
Sue was inspired to bring her outdoor vision indoors and onscreen at the NatureTrack Film Festival so more people could enjoy and appreciate what her docents and students practice and experience in their outdoor “classrooms.”