It’s a Wild Life

Join us Saturday, April 18 and Sunday April 19 2015 for an exclusive screening of
“It’s a Wild Life”
a feature film by Kennan and Karen Ward!

Press inquiries, contact Mike Scutari at mike@henrymiller.org.

Click here for tickets for April 18th; click here for April 19th.

Yes – this is the film you may have heard of already – one we have been longing to show at the Library with our big screen, and great sound!

Kennan and Karen Ward stayed in Big Sur for many years, mainly at Big Creek, to do this portait and the result is stunning.

Please come and sit back under the redwoods for what will be a truly wild story. (In part told by Feynner Arias!)

In the film we’ll see the remote wilderness where a family of endangered condors raise a chick high in a redwood tree, witness a one-eyed bobcat as she learns new hunting techniques in a struggle to survive…

Experience the beauty of this wild coast with a man who has made this rugged environment his home for thirty years.

Discover the unique and hidden secrets of this wild land we call Big Sur!

“You haven’t seen Big Sur until you have seen this movie.”
US Congressman, Sam Farr, Representing California’s Central Coast (CA-20)

$10-20 suggested donation. Very limited seating!
Please carpool.

You have to make reservation. Without a reservation you will not be granted access.

No need to print out tickets; it will be will call, so just bring your ID.

Bring your own snacks and drinks if you like. We have coffee, tea and our famous Pop Corn.

To learn more about this fantastic film, please visit the film’s Facebook page and ItsaWildlifeFilm.com

Welcome!

~ by bigsurkate on March 18, 2015.

One Response to “It’s a Wild Life”

  1. Just watched the 3 minute ‘teaser’ on the ItsaWildLife.com site.
    Beautiful film footage and camera work- outstanding work, folks.
    What a excellent job to take on in life. Thanks!

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