Short Films on Wildlife Conservation
Join the Greenville Zoo as we co-present short films on Wildlife Conservation with the Reedy Reels Film Festival. This themed session (Session 2) is Saturday, November 2 from 1:30 – 3:30 PM in the Gunter Theatre at The Peace Center in Downtown Greenville (300 S Main St, Greenville, SC 29601). The full festival runs from November 1 – 3, 2019.
We are pleased to be a part of the festival this year and have encouraged a large number of field researchers, conservation organizations and filmmakers to submit films from which selections were made for this session. The topics range from citizen-science initiatives to long-range field investigations of species in the wild creating a nice balance and representation of what is considered “wildlife conservation” to be introduced to audiences both familiar with that area to those newly exploring it through this session. The film subjects range from butterflies to sea turtles, from whale sharks to tigers to giant armadillos. We hope it creates a greater appreciation for wildlife and the natural spaces they share with us.
Tickets for that specific session as well as tickets for other sessions and full festival passes can be found at reedyreels.com. Full Festival details including the films scheduled for screening can also be found there. To attend the Wildlife Conservation session only, select Session 2 in the pass menu. Passes to other sessions of the festival can also be purchased at the same time based on one’s preferences.
Purchase tickets at reedyreels.com