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2019 IWFF Youth Matinee Screening Schedule
- All screenings will be held at the Dennison Theatre on the UM campus.
- Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to allow for seating.
- Gaps in programming are scheduled for introductions, instructions, applause, and/or other content.
- Screenings for younger students (K-5) include a ten-minute bathroom break. Screenings for older students (grades 5+) do not include a scheduled break.
- Screening schedules are subject to change.
For additional information about our presenters, please visit their individual sites:
2019 IWFF THEME IS IGNITE.”
IWFF has many opportunities for teachers in 2019 including:
- Science on Screen screenings at the Roxy (January – April). Continue to check theroxytheater.org for dates and times.
- WildWalk and WildFest will be held on Saturday April 13th. Parade starts at 11A at the XXXX’s on N. Higgins. Classrooms welcome!
Free at The Roxy Theater.rsvp to [email protected]
Increase the Life of Your Film Through Educational Facets on Tuesday, April 16 4:15PThis session explores models of how to gain ‘a second life’ out of your film post-festival-run and how to re-utilize great films within an educational setting. The panel will touch on how to work with teachers directly, present media dynamically, enrich the experience with specified curriculum and work toward wildlife advocacy in the classroom, through libraries, and with the help of distribution companies.
Chris Johns was previously editor-in-chief of National Geographic magazine. He is currently the Program Leader at the National Geographic Society’s Beyond Yellowstone Program which uses camera traps, radio tracking, observation, and analysis to further our understanding of how living things interact across the land. Chris Johns is an IWFF Board member.
Allison Argo is an award-winning film producer, director, writer, editor, and narrator. She has given numerous presentations at museums, schools, and venues around the world, including the California Academy of Sciences, the American Embassy in London and the National Zoo.
Dru Carr received his M.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana in 1996. He was nominated for a national News and Documentary Emmy Award in 2008 and received the True/False West Visionary Award. He is Film Instructor & Media Director at MAPS Media Institute.