Last Wild Places
This screening is sponsored by the Wyss Campaign for Nature, which seeks to inspire the protection of at least 30% of the planet by 2030. Learn more at campaignfornature.org
Through stunning National Geographic imagery and intimate character studies, Last Wild Places brings you hopeful stories of conservation from around the world. In Malawi, Montana, Mozambique, and Argentina ambitious rewilding and landscape restoration efforts spur the revival of both the ecosystem and local culture. This film showcases the spectacular places and inspiring people at the heart of large-landscape conservation in the 21st century.
Followed by a post-screening discussion feat. Vanessa Serrao (Executive Producer, National Geographic Storytelling), Kenneth “Tuffy” Helgeson (Nakoda Language and Cultural Teacher; Vice Chairman of the Island Mountain Development Group), and Neila Manjate (Livelihoods Manager, Gorongosa Project), moderated by Kaitlin Yarnall (Senior Vice President and Chief Storytelling Officer, National Geographic Society)
*Will also be followed by a post-screening desert and cocktail reception