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Filming Wildlife

Shots of strange creatures in Australia's red desert, images of Irish coastal vistas, and an explanation of climate change from a kid's perspective--this is the stuff of the International Wildlife Film Festival. The annual Ukiah event, sponsored by the Redwood Valley Outdoor Education Project, features award-winning films from the 2018 International Wildlife Film Festival of Missoula, Montana. This year will feature screenings of Saving Warru (March 8), which documents the efforts of indigenous conservationists to save one of Australia's most endangered mammals; Wild Ireland: The Edge of the World (March 15), in which cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson captures footage of the animals and dramatic landscape that make up Ireland's coast; and Tipping Point (March 22), which shows kids what they can do to help stop climate change. Films will begin at 7 p.m. at the Ukiah Civic Center in Ukiah; live music and snacks will start at 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids and are available at the Mendocino Book Company in Ukiah and at the door. Films are appropriate for older children. For a complete schedule, see rvoep.org.



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