Film fest slate set
The 8th annual American Conservation Film Festival is scheduled for Nov. 4 through 7, and volunteers are needed.
For more information, or to volunteer to help with Festival activities, please contact the American Conservation Film Festival at 304-876-7373, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A complete list of the 2010 ACFF official selections and schedule can be found at conservationfilm.bside.com/2010/films.
An all-access festival pass covering admission to all films, presentations, and activities is available for $40 until Oct. 31; $50 from Nov. 1, or at the door.
Student or seniors enjoy a significant discount-$20 until Oct. 31; $30 at the door. Children middle-school-aged or under are free. Purchase all-access passes through www.conservationfilm.org prior to the Festival, or on-site at any of the venues.
Day passes for $15 per day are also available.
ACFF is a non-profit organization funded in part through grants from the Keith Campbell Foundation for the Environment, the West Virginia Humanities Council and through generous donations from conservation-minded businesses and individuals, and supporters of the arts.