The Last Day of the NatureTrack Film Festival has more to offer!

Good morning!

This is the final day of this year's NatureTrack Film Festival, and we have a full slate of films and activities for you to enjoy in beautiful Los Olivos.

10AM the unscheduled Premiere episode of Netflix's upcoming original series "Our Planet" at St. Marks. There is some bonus behind the scenes footage at the end. The episode is visually stunning! (12:45 the scheduled movie blocks begin.)

9:15 am at the Grange, join filmmaker Canek Kelly for a Q/A after his movie D. plexippus screens.


11:15 am at the Grange, join filmmaker James Currie for a Q/A after his movie "Last of the Big Tuskers" screens.


1:15 movie blocks begin at the Gates Foss Center at Los Olivos School.

10:45 am - a fascinating panel discussion on the importance of filmmaking in Land Preservation will begin at the Global Eye Art Collective courtyard - 2935 Grand Ave (across from the market).

12:45 - A demonstration of Infrared Technology will be happening in Lavinia Campbell Park.

A 3 screening venues, have movies running until 4pm.

4:00-5:30 PM - Closing Reception

Please check out the schedule for Sunday and make your plans!


2 thoughts on “The Last Day of the NatureTrack Film Festival has more to offer!”

  1. Just wanted to say I thoroughly enjoyed myself this weekend! Thanks for an incredible slate of nature films to educate, inspire, and nourish. It was also fun to connect with people in this community that I hadn’t met before. Regret I could not vote for my favorite because my “dumb phone” cannot access the internet. Perhaps you can fix that next year? Maybe put a link on your website so we not-so-tech-savvy fans could vote online? Or offer a phone number we could call? Just a suggestion. Very hard to pick, but here were my top 3:
    1) India’s Healing Forests, 2) In the Starlight, 3) Into the Canyon
    I also really liked Voice of the River & The Great Pretender.
    Looking forward to what you choose for next year! I am considering how to get involved as a NT volunteer too!
    Thanks again, and all the best with ALL your efforts,
    Lisa B,
    Santa Ynez

    1. Thank you Lisa! I’m so sorry you had trouble with the voting, we will definitely be looking for solutions next year. I appreciate you listing the films that you enjoyed the most, we are big fans of all of them. How wonderful that you are considering volunteering as a NatureTrack docent, please contact us through for more information.

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