The WILD Foundation Presents: “Wild Ways: Corridors of Life" Film Screening

The WILD Foundation Presents: “Wild Ways: Corridors of Life” Film Screening

  • When: November 15, 2016 Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  • Cost: $12 - $35 Plus Applicable Service Fees
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VIP* Reception: 6pm

*(VIP tickets include reserved seating, admittance to a special reception at 6pm with the filmmaker and hosts, one wine/beer ticket, one soft drink ticket, and heavy appetizers)

General Admission: 7pm

The future of wildlife is imperiled. If some of the world’s most beloved species are to be saved, it falls to us to take action. But how? Join award-winning director, James Brundige, for a special screening of the film Wild Ways, which uncovers hope and pragmatic solutions in the midst of the extinction epidemic. The screening, presented by the WILD Foundation and co-hosts Western Resource Advocates, will be followed by an exclusive Q&A hosted by the filmmaker, James Brundige, and WILD Foundation President, Vance G. Martin. Proceeds benefit the WILD Foundation and its international conservation efforts.

 James Brundige - Since 1990, James has focused on environmental documentaries for PBS, BBC, NBC, ABC, Turner, Discovery, and National Geographic. In 1996 James met Chelsea Congdon, an accomplished environmental activist also working in film. Since that time Chelsea and James have produced several award-winning films, two award-winning children, and a house in Old Snowmass, Colorado.

About the WILD Foundation:

For over 40 years, the WILD Foundation has shaped the cutting edge of conservation, uniting groups behind an ethic of care and commitment for wild nature in order to facilitate collaborative action that results in impacts that far exceed our lean organizational structure. Nothing short of collective impact will put a dent in the ecological challenges confronting life on this planet. WILD’s expertise is in leveraging a reputation for integrity to forge enduring collaborations, igniting support for a common vision and bridging the institutional and cultural gaps that so often impede cooperation. Learn more at

About Western Resource Advocates:

Founded in 1989, Western Resource Advocates is dedicated to protecting the West’s land, air, and water. We use law, science, and economics to craft innovative solutions to the most pressing conservation issues in the region.

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