GJ filmmaker gets wild and scenic

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By: KKCO - Email
Some local landmarks are featured in a film by an Emmy Award-winning Grand Junction resident.

Serious movie film buffs will become entranced with "Charlie Wilson's War."

Some local landmarks are featured in a film by an Emmy Award-winning Grand Junction resident.
The Monument and other areas around the Grand Valley are some of the stars in a film by Jan Nickman called 'Living Temples - Sacred Land'.
There's a screening for the environmental film Saturday, March 28 at The Avalon Theatre. The event is hosted by Western Colorado Congress and tickets are $5. Visit http://www.wccongress.org/film1.html for more information.


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