Southern Oregon University Logo

KS Wild’s Fall Film Series: Two Nights of Film!

KS Wild and Rogue Riverkeeper are excited to announce their new Fall
Film Series, which aims to inspire activism through film.

November 16th, "Sisters in Arms": This 70-minute film showcases what it means to be a young
environmental advocate today, highlighting the struggles and successes of those who are
fighting to protect our planet. The screening will be followed by a very special virtual Q&A
session with Julia Butterfly Hill, a well-known environmental activist best known for tree-sitting in
a 200-foot tall California redwood tree for 738 days . Tickets are $20 and free for SOU students,
staff, and faculty w/ ID.
Check out the raffle at each film showing! The big prize on Nov. 2 will be a day of rafting on the
Rogue River for six people and on Nov. 16 win a one-hour phone call or 45-minute zoom video
with Julia Butterfly Hill. Raffle tickets are only sold at the event and you must be present to win.
Film tickets are sold separately for each screening. Purchase film tickets at
When we learn about our environment and the work being done to protect it, we become more
informed and engaged citizens, ready to take action and make a difference. The Fall Film series
is a prequel to our annual event the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, which will be held next April
2024, in both Grants Pass and Ashland.
Promo kit and fliers:
g |

Thursday, November 16, 2023 at 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Science Building Room 151
1250 Ashland St Ashland, OR 97520 United States

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations, Student Activities & Traditions, Local Events

Target Audience

Prospective Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, Students, Community



SOU Students, Faculty and Staff Free. Community pre purchase

Biology Club, SOU Film Club
STEM Division


Google Calendar iCal Outlook

Recent Activity

You're not going yet!

This event requires registration.