Journey on the Wild Coast showings this weekend

In a follow up to the packed house at the showing in January, Greg Chaney will be exhibiting his recent documentary, Journey on the Wild Coast, this Saturday, April 9th at 7:00 and 9:15 PM at Centennial Hall.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for ages 12 and under and can be purchased at the door or in advance at Hearthside Books.

Erin and Hig, the couple featured in the movie, will be in attendance and signing books after the shows.

A married couple attempt to walk, paddle and ski under their own power from Seattle to the Aleutians along the wild and remote northwest coast of North America. This documentary was filmed with a tiny hand held video camera by the adventures as they traveled through northern Washington, British Columbia and Alaska. Experience this modern adventure through their eyes as they encounter breathtaking scenery, harsh weather, amazing wildlife, starvation and danger. This modern adventure demonstrates that the most significant aspect of a journey is not reaching the final destination but how the journey changes the trajectory of the rest of a person’s life.

Film Festival Tickets Now Available

Get your tickets!  Hot off of the printing presses, or laser printer, as the case may be.  My point is they are still warm and you should come get one.  They are located at Lucid Reverie, downtown in the Emporium mall.  Give us a call at 586-3440 if you get lost.

The festival is this weekend, July 23rd through the 25th. 

  • Thursday, July 23 – 7pm @ UAS Egan Lecture Hall
  • Friday, July 24 – 7 & 9 pm @ Silverbow Backroom
  • Saturday, July 25 – 7 & 9pm @ Silverbow Backroom

See you here!