NatureTrack Film Festival Postponed

After careful consideration and consultation with multiple stakeholders, the NatureTrack Film Festival (NTFF) has made the difficult decision to postpone our March 20-22, 2020 event to October 9-11, 2020. Our primary concern is the health, safety and welfare of our guests, filmmakers and volunteers. Recent federal, state and county public health advisories have stressed the critical importance of avoiding crowd contact (“social distancing”) during the global Covid-19 crisis. We take these advisories very seriously and want to do our part to reduce risk for all parties connected with the NatureTrack Film Festival. We greatly regret any inconvenience and disappointment this causes for everyone who was looking forward to joining us in Los Olivos just eight days from now. This was a very hard call and we did not make it lightly.

We are greatly looking forward to our rescheduled dates in October when we will proceed with the same incredible slate of films we had cued up for this month. We invite you to continue to follow the NTFF on social media and check our website for updates.

We thank our amazing filmmakers from around the world for their patience and understanding as we shift our focus to October, and we look forward to welcoming them back in the Fall.

All passes and tickets currently held by patrons will be honored at the rescheduled October 9-11, 2020 NatureTrack Film Festival.

We wish everyone a safe passage through this uncertain time as we all do our part to keep ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities healthy and safe. We at NatureTrack believe one of the very best ways to relieve stress, and practice self-care, is to get outdoors for a quiet and rejuvenating walk in the restorative beauty of nature.

We thank you for your continued support, and we will see you in October for a wonderful weekend of “igniting passion for nature through film.”

Sue Eisaguirre 
Founder-Director

KC Murphy Thompson 
Co-Director

Holly Cline 
Co-Director