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America's First Forest is being distributed by American Public Television to public stations around the country. The film is also airing on The World Channel. Affiliates of the World Channel have the word "WORLD" in the station name.  Look for it in April as part of Earth Day-themed programming!

PUBLIC SCREENINGS AND FILM FESTIVALS

2018

Jan. 31: 6 pm. North Carolina State University's Society of American Foresters student chapter, NC State Campus, Biltmore Hall 

April 15: Mount Airy, NC. Mount Airy Museum of Regional History. 

2017

Feb. 27: Durham, NC: Durham County Library, Southwest Regional Branch, 7 pm (Q&A with Jamie Lewis to follow)

March 23: 7 pm. Blowing Rock (NC) Art & History Museum

May 4: 7 pm. FREE. Location: Salem Courthouse Community Center, 58 East Broadway, Salem, NY. Sponsored by Merck Forest.

2016

Jan. 27: Durham, NC: Appalachian Society of American Foresters meeting

Jan. 30: Canton, NC - Colonial Theater (with panel). Sponsored by Evergreen Packaging, Canton History Museum/Town of Canton 

Feb. 11: Mars Hill, NC: Mars Hill College, (Panel with executive producer Jamie Lewis and Kathy Newfont, U. of Kentucky)

Feb. 18: Denver Federal Center, Fordd Room, Building 20, 11:30am (Presented by the Rocky Mountain Green Teams)

Feb. 19: Golden, CO*: 1:30, Colorado Environmental Film Festival, CEFF Theater, (Panel with executive producer Jamie Lewis)

March 15: Charlotte, NC: 7 pm, Myers Park Baptist Church. Sponsored by CROWN (Charlotte Reconnecting Ourselves With               Nature), Earth Keepers, and Clean Air Carolina (Panel with executive producer Jamie Lewis and Aaron Shapiro, UNC-Charlotte       history professor)

March 16: Bethlehem, NH: 7 pm, The Rocks Estate, Ammonoosuc Chapter of NH Audubon 

April 22: Earth Day Festival (TBD)*

June 14: Mobile, AL: Association of Consulting Foresters national meeting

June 17: Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Museum of History (with panel), 7-9 pm.

June 23: Asheville, NC: Conservation Trust for North Carolina fundraiser for protecting lands along the Blue Ridge Parkway ($20)

Sept. 8: Brevard, NC: Transylvania County Library, noon and 6:30 pm

Sept. 29: Clemson, SC: Clemson University, Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation (panel discussion AND separate lecture with executive producer Jamie Lewis), lecture at 4 pm; film at 6 pm

Oct. 3: Durham, NC: Duke University: Nicholas School for the Environment, Environment Hall, 7 pm (screening and panel)

Oct. 6: Asheville, NC: North Carolina Forestry Association annual meeting, 4:30 pm (private screening)

Oct. 16: Milford, PA*: Black Bear Film Festival, 1 pm (screening and panel) 

 

2015

Aug. 30, 2015: Brevard College (reception and screening)

Sept. 10, 2015: Carolina Mountain Literary Festival (screening and panel)

Sept. 27, 2015: Biltmore Estate (wine & cheese reception before the screening!)

Nov. 4, 2015: James Madison University (screening and panel)

Nov. 5, 2015: Penn State University - Mont Alto, 7pm, General Studies Building Auditorium (screening and panel)

Nov. 16, 2015: NC State University, Hunt Library Auditorium, 6:30pm (screening and panel)

​If you are interested in hosting a screening, please contact Alana DeJoseph at 303.385.7668 or by email. Or you can purchase the public screening kit online.

*Film festival screening