The new High Country Outdoor Film Festival will take place on Wednesday, April 29 at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. Billed as a festival that will “bring locally made outdoor films to the big screen to support our environment,” the event on campus at the I.G. Greer Super Cinema will benefit Appalachian Voices, and feature the organization’s video iLoveMountains.org, which examines the devastation of mountaintop removal mining in the region. Tickets are $5, and films begin at 7:30pm. More info here.
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