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Planet Earth II

This year’s WILD Fest community screenings run "from the undersea world of coral, to the frozen mountains 16,000 feet above China."

WILD Fest is presented by Jackson Hole WILD, which also organizes this week's biennial Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival & Conservation Summit, known as the “Oscars​ ​of​ ​nature​ ​filmmaking.”

The free downtown weekend features seven festival finalists, Q&As with some of the filmmakers and a Grand Teton Award winner screening. 

Where: Center for the Arts at 265 S. Cache St., Jackson

When: Friday, Sept. 29, through Sunday, Oct. 1.

Cost: Free

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