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No Man’s Land Film Festival returns to Asheville

Attend the No Man’s Land Film Festival, which is returning to Asheville for its fifth year.

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A still from the film “Ecopoint.”

Photo courtesy of No Man’s Land Film Festival

The No Man’s Land Film Festival will return to Asheville for its fifth year on Tuesday, Nov. 29 at New Belgium Brewing’s Liquid Center (21 Craven St).

This all-women adventure film fest strives to provide a voice for women, transgender, and gender fluid representation in adventure, sport, and film.

Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and the screening starts at 7 p.m. You can also attend the event virtually. While no registration is necessary for the in-person event, it is required for the virtual screening.

The event is free to attend, but the idea is to raise money for local conservation + preservation. Contributions will go to support MountainTrue, a nonprofit that aims to protect the forests, clean rivers, and communities in WNC and North Georgia. 🎬

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