International Wildlife Film Festival March 12, 2017

40th Annual International Wildlife Film FestivalPower of the River screened as an official selection of the 40th annual International Wildlife Film Festival. This was our Montana Premiere!


Tuesday, April 18, 2017 – 3:00 PM
U.C. Theater, University of Montana

Panel discussion and audience Q&A follows the film, featuring expedition leader Bryant Dunn, director Greg I. Hamilton, UM wildlife biologists, and the Bhutan Foundation

Encore Screening Added in the Bitterroot Valley!

The International Wildlife Film Festival and Bitter Root Brewing presented a special FREE community screening!
Wed, April 19, 2017 – Bitter Root Brewing (101 Marcus St, Hamilton, MT)

Beers-Nut-Brown5-6pm Happy Hour – Meet the filmmaker and river expedition leader!
6pm – See the film (74 minutes run time – suitable for all ages)
7:15-8pm – Audience Q&A and panel discussion
5-8pm ENTER TO WIN: film fest and brewery merchandise, ski DVDs, tickets to wildlife films in Missoula
All Day: Bitter Root is donating a portion of beer sales to support wildlife films and wild rivers! Join us in making a tax deductible contribution … or toast your support on April 19 with a glass of Bitter Root’s best!

We need your help to share the film further and wider in the world! Please support our efforts today:

now tax deductible

Greg I. Hamilton

Greg’s passionate enthusiasm for big, exciting projects that genuinely move people is matched by the skill and experience he brings to each new effort. He has worked on festival-friendly films that won critics and captured worldwide audiences. He writes books and magazine articles that surprise, challenge, and entertain. He speaks with buoyant, infectious verve that stirs audiences to tap into their own sources of inspiration.

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