PORTSMOUTH — The Wild & Scenic Film Festival tour brings environmental activism and a love of nature to the Music Hall Friday at 7 p.m.
Films to be screened on the Seacoast include: “A New View of the Moon,” in which Wylie Overstreet takes a telescope around the streets of Los Angeles; “Big World,” about Eddie Bauer athlete David Morton and his 7-year-old son taking a week-long paddle boarding journey in Western Napal; “Blue Carbon,” about wetlands and the benefits of mud; “Carpe Diem,” about a man hooking into an unexpected dream; “Junk,” about a voyage aboard a plastic bottle raft; “Moonline,” about a speed skier who flies into a new night-time playground; “Climbing Out of Disaster,” in which a group of climbers band together in the aftermath of Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria”; and “Too Precious to Mine,” about uranium contamination and the Havasupai people living in the Grand Canyon.
The program is presented by the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire (SELT).
Tickets to the film festival are $20. For information, visit themusichall.org.