AN APPALACHIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL
Music - Dance - Theatre - Visual Arts - Film
Recommended for all ages (In English)
After the loss of his parents in a tragic accident, Phoenix Wilder, an American teenager, moves to Africa to live with his loving Aunt Sarah and her husband. While on Safari with his uncle, Phoenix wanders off and gets lost in the African bush. After finding and rescuing a young bull elephant from the nets of poachers, the boy and his new pachyderm friend embark on an adventure to stop the illegal hunting and find their way home.
South Africa; Rated PG (adventure peril and poaching scenes); Directed by Richard Boddington (2017); 87 minutes
An Appalachian Summer Festival embarks on adventures around the world with a series featuring films from Ireland, Australia, France, South Africa and Mexico. Dr. John Pfeifer will present a brief introduction prior to each film.
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