What’s Happening in the Wild – Saturday, April 25

Congratulations to our 2015 IWFF Award Winners! After viewing, deliberating and debating, the IWFFl’s competition jury has reached consensus on our awards categories. The winners are: Best of Festival – Poached Best Broadcast Feature – Africa’s Giant Killers Best Theatrical Feature – Enchanted Kingdom Best Student Film – The Wild Wet Best Environmental Film – Chuitna: More than Salmon on…

What’s Happening in the Wild – Friday, April 24

Awards Ceremony Tonight, 7pm Attendees to the Award Ceremony receive a complimentary pass to see Merchants of Doubt which will screen at the Roxy through April 30th. Showing Today 5:00 pm: Tiny Giants & Galapagos 5:15 pm: The Russian River: All Rivers – The Value of An American Watershed 7:00 pm: Awards Ceremony 8:00 pm: Merchants of Doubt 8:15 pm: Poached & Fungiphilia Rising   Today’s Events…

What’s Happening in the Wild – Thursday, April 23

The Plow That Broke The Plains & The River with LIVE musical score by NextDoorPrisonHotel. The most influential documentary filmmaker of the Great Depression, Pare Lorentz was a leading US advocate for government-sponsored documentary films. Lorentz explored the devastation caused by the Dust Bowl in The Plow That Broke the Plains, a film FDR was so impressed by he asked…

What’s Happening in the WIld – Wednesday, April 22

Special Earth Day Screening of PLANETARY, 7pm followed by a panel discussion. PLANETARY is a provocative and breathtaking wakeup call – a cross continental, cinematic journey, that explores our cosmic origins and our future as a species. It is a poetic and humbling reminder that now is the time to shift our perspective. PLANETARY asks us to rethink who we…

What’s Happening in the WIld – Tuesday, April 21

Return of the River – Free Screening at the UC Theater Join us for a FREE screening of Return Of The River with filmmaker Jessica Plumb and Dean Jim Burchfield, College of Forestry and Conservation. Sponsored by The President’s Office at The University of Montana.  Screening will be held in the UC Theater at the University of Montana. A documentary infused…

What’s Happening in the Wild – Monday. April 20th

Showing Today 5:00 pm: Wild Australia & The Greater Caucasus 5:15 pm: Consider the Ant, The Wild Wet, & Hallowed Isles 7:00 pm: Leopards: 21st Century Cats & Silencing the Thunder 7:15 pm: Salmo Trutta Lacustris & Rivers and Tides Today’s Events IWFF Registration at The Roxy- 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Filmmaker’s Welcome Party – 6:00 pm Consider the Ant Emily Fraser, 11 minutes, 2014 Abandon all hope ye who…

What’s Happening in the Wild – Sunday, April 19

Kick off the festival in style with the WildWalk parade! Join us at this fun and free community event, where children and families dress like their favorite wild animals to dance,crawl, swing and slither through downtown Missoula as our wildlife parade roars down Higgins Avenue. Parade Lineup begins at 11:30 a.m. at the Red X’s (600 Railroad St. W). The…

Enchanted Kingdom – Opening the IWFF

Don’t miss our opening night film: Enchanted Kingdom, Saturday April 18 at 6pm — An extraordinary, spell-binding journey through the realms of nature to discover that the natural world is stranger, more magical, more mystical than anything you could possibly imagine. You’ll be propelled from enchanted forests to the edge of the underworld, from a paranormal planet into fantastical seas,…

Getting ready for IWFF 2015

We are working hard here at The Roxy Theater, gearing up for the 38th Annual Wildlife Film Festival, but still taking time to enjoy the beautiful Montana weather! The official films selection list and the official screening schedule are now up! Be sure to check out what films will be screening during the 2015 IWFF. We are also excited to share…

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