November 25, 2022 - -
Join Y2Y for a virtual film festival that will educate, entertain and inspire you in your love of nature and the outdoors.
Enjoy three films that explore a different part of the Yellowstone to Yukon region and tell a unique story of perseverance and hope.
Tickets are free. Join Y2Y for all three films, or just the ones that interest you. Replays available until Monday, Nov. 28.
Each film will be presented live, and followed by an engaging panel discussion featuring the filmmaker.
With filmmaker Julie Cajune and wildlife biologist Whisper Camel-Means
In Montana, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Nation have been working for generations to preserve the biodiversity of the Mission Mountain Range. Comprising less than 5 percent of the population, Indigenous people care for 80 percent of global biodiversity. Yet everywhere their way of life is under threat, as is highlighted in this film by Salish member Julie Cajune.
With film producer Kevin Van Tighem
Running Dry: Alberta’s Shrinking Rivers is from filmmaker Brian Van Tighem and produced by the Livingstone Landowners group — a group concerned about the effects of potential coal mining on Alberta’s rivers.
With filmmaker Luke Gleeson
In 1968, BC Hydro completed construction on the W.A.C Bennett Dam and began flooding the Rocky Mountain Trench in northern British Columbia, Canada. DƏNE YI’INJETL – The Scattering of Man, directed by Luke Gleeson, is told from the perspective of Tsay Keh Dene Nation about the events that took place before and after the flood and the resulting impacts on the Tsay Keh Dene people who have lived in the area since time immemorial.
Join live on Friday, Nov. 25, or watch the replays through the weekend until midnight Monday, Nov. 28.