Presented by Wyoming Wilderness Association
Palisades Project Wyoming Premiere
The Palisades Project premiere recording was available for one week following its debut on Friday, March 26th, and has now* been taken off the internet for the film festival season. Please visit PalisadesProject.org to read and listen to all the film's media coverage, watch several short excerpts of the film, to sign the film's pledge, or to reach out and contact Wyoming Wilderness Association.
Film will remain available at https://vimeo.com/529617526 until 12am on April 3rd.
Join Wyoming Wilderness Association for the virtual Wyoming Premiere of their film The Palisades Project followed by a panel discussion about the story. The evening will be coming to you live from the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts stage to the comfort of your living room!
Years in the making, The Palisades Project explores how within the last few decades, a love for motorized and mechanized recreation has created a wave of opposition to the protections provided by the Wilderness Act of 1964. As this conflict continues to spread across the west, the film uses the little-known Greater Palisades landscape located in the Northwest corner of Wyoming to expose this issue and inspire opposing sides towards a solution.