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No Man’s Land Film Festival returns to Spokane

The No Man’s Land Film Festival will return to Spokane March 1. (Courtesy)
The No Man’s Land Film Festival will return to Spokane March 1. (Courtesy)
From staff reports

The No Man’s Land Film Festival will return to Spokane March 1.

The festival celebrates woman athletes and adventurers and is hosted by Eastern Washington University and EPIC Adventures. The event will take place at the EWU Center on the Spokane Campus (668 N Riverpoint Blvd.).

Tickets are $2.50 and free for EWU students. Tickets will be available at the door but should be purchased in advance by visiting the EPIC front desk in Cheney or by calling 359-4014.

Doors will open at 6 p.m. Films will run from 7-8:45 with a 10-minute intermission.

The evening will conclude with a 30-minute panel discussion with Allison Roskelley—Adidas TERREX ambassador—and Lindsay Morgan-Chutas—the former director of the Spokane Mountaineers Mountain School director and program leader for the Spokane Conservation District.

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