NatureTrack Film Festival (NTFF) Announces Special Event!

By Giving List Staff   |   July 9, 2024

Today the NatureTrack Film Festival (NTFF) announced it will be holding a special unveiling event of its official film festival poster for this year’s 6th edition at the Camino Real Cinemas in Goleta. 

This year’s poster will feature the artwork of a prominent local artist and will be revealed by the festival’s Managing Director Gareth Kelly alongside notable VIPs from the Goleta Community. 

“We are thrilled to unveil this year’s festival poster,” said Kelly. “We know this artist means a great deal to the local community and to Goleta especially, and we feel humbled and honored to work alongside this local family to unveil a poster that encapsulates what the NatureTrack Film Festival represents while reminding us all of what makes Goleta such a special and beloved location.”

The poster reveal will take place on Thursday, July 11th at 4:00 pm at the Camino Real Cinemas at the Camino Real Marketplace and the public is welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be available.

Festival staff will be on hand to provide more information about this year’s upcoming festival, as well as the recently announced NatureTrack Foundation Summer Screening Series at El Capitan State Campground Amphitheater.

The 6th NatureTack Film Festival takes place this October, and Early Bird All-Access VIP Passes are on sale now!

Perks of VIP Passes include;

-Priority Seating At The El Capitan Summer Screening Series (July 6th – August 14th)

-Priority Entry To The Film Festival Opening & Closing Night

-Priority Entry To All Film Screenings

-Access To All Festival Parties And Panels

-Access To VIP Festival Lounge

-Festival Swag Bag 

With the goal to Ignite Passion for Nature Through Film, the 2024 festival will showcase over 50 films from around the world that focus on nature, share a passion for environmental stewardship, and celebrate outdoor adventure. The festival will feature an opening night party, filmmaker panels, tributes, special guests, and more! 

 For more information about the festival, including film submissions, sponsorship opportunities, and ticket sales, please visit the newly revamped website:



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