Thank you for joining in the 16th annual Siskiyou FilmFest!
The Siskiyou FilmFest is a production of KS Wild, (Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center). Our festival focuses on the the activism, science and history of the environmental movement and features award winning films about people creating real world solutions to today's environmental challenges on a local, regional and global scale. Whenever possible we offer films produced in or about Oregon or the Klamath-Siskiyou region. We hope the films inspire you to action.
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Banner photo: Illinois River by Nate Wilson.
2017 FilmFest Guest of Honor:
We are honored to present Agnes Baker Pilgrim, "Grandma Aggie," in attendance to welcome the audience, and share wisdom with her latest book.
Grandma Aggie is the oldest member of the Takilma tribe, granddaughter of Jack Harney, the first elected Chief of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz. Come meet and sit with Grandma Aggie at the Fest!
Tickets available online soon!
Or get them at the Northwest Nature Shop and Ashland Outdoor Store in Ashland or Oregon Books and Games in Grants Pass.
Support the Siskiyou Film Fest:
Community support makes the Siskiyou Film Fest possible. Sign up to be a sponsor, volunteer or have a table at the Siskiyou FilmFest. There are also opportunities to advertise in the festival playbill.