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CASCADIA presents: Wild & Scenic Film Festival Selections

Film

Bellingham residents will be treated to a selection of films from the Wild & Scenic Film Festival directed by women on the Fairhaven Village Green. The event is sponsored and hosted by CASCADIA International Women’s Film Festival, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and showcasing the work of women filmmakers from all over the world. The evening starts at 8 p.m. with activities and live music. Films start at 9 p.m. Sacred Strides—Southwest tribes come together to run in protest of federal action to open up sacred land to drilling. Super Stoked Surf Mamas—A group of moms-to-be decide to surf together through their pregnancy providing support and encouragement to one another and defying those who tell them they need to stop. Blue—Set in Alaska, Blue is a fantastical journey into the imagination of a four-year-old girl growing up in Valdez, Alaska, fresh off training wheels, begins to push her boundaries and explore what’s possible on her bike. The Arrowhead Traverse---A Minnesota family sets out to traverse the Arrowhead of Minnesota traveling from the Mississippi River to Lake Superior by bicycle, canoe, and foot with their 3-year-old son and 9-month-old daughter along. In Perpetual Motion—Under the water, in the surf, on the mountain, through the desert, director Krystle Wright shows us through her lens what it is to capture those in motion. Journeying Out—Two Chinese boys from Beijing go on a paddling adventure down some of China’s rivers and tell us what those rivers mean to them.