Media Advisory: San Antonio River Authority and San Antonio River Foundation to host Wild & Scenic Film Festival at Confluence Park

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Wild and Scenic Film Festival at Confluence Park Pavilion

Last Updated on January 30, 2024

WHAT: The 10th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns to San Antonio’s Confluence Park on Saturday, September 30. Event attendees will be treated to a curated collection of thought-provoking films focusing on environmental awareness and outdoor adventure. These films aim to capture the Earth’s beauty, shed light on pressing environmental challenges, and celebrate the efforts of communities working to protect the planet. Each film serves as an inspiration and a call to action.with an evening screening of international, nature-based short films.

For the past two years, the San Antonio River Authority and San Antonio River Foundation have partnered to bring the event to the city and foster a stronger connection to the preservation and stewardship of the San Antonio River Basin.

Tickets are 25% off Wednesday, September 27 through Friday, September 29 and can be purchased online at using the code FilmFest25.

Food and beverages from local vendors are included in the ticket price, and attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs or blankets.

All proceeds directly contribute to the San Antonio River Foundation’s mission and programs.


WHERE: Confluence Park 310 W Mitchell St. San Antonio, TX 78204


  • San Antonio River Authority
  • San Antonio River Foundation

MORE: Established in 2003 in Nevada City, California, the Wild and Scenic event series has grown into a global gathering of filmmakers, environmentalists, and cinephiles.

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