At 45 North Films we are committed to using the art of filmmaking to help conserve wildlife and their habitat.  We strive to produce content that gives audiences rare glimpses of nature and we are constantly working to encourage the public to protect  wilderness and share the landscape with wildlife.  Currently , our conservation efforts take three forms: free public screenings of wildlife films we produce, showing films and presenting wildlife talks in schools and working with governmental and non-governmental groups to produce conservation-minded programs and PSAs.

With the support of the Sierra Club, we are currently are holding free public screenings of our hour-long film ‘Grizzly’ throughout the Greater Yellowstone region.  We premiered the film in Missoula to a packed house of 300 people.  After each showing we hold a question and answer session during which the audience can ask us any questions they might have about bears or filmmaking.  We also make free educational materials about grizzly bears available at each screening.


We will be posting future screenings on our ‘Notes From the Field’ blog.  If you would like to arrange for a screening in your community, please contact us.

The Sierra Club and 45 North Films are currently teaming up to bring free film screenings and educational presentations about grizzly bears to schools throughout Montana and Wyoming.    In addition to showing ‘Grizzly’ we also give a talk that touches on bear biology, proper food storage and general safety issues when traveling in bear country.


If you would like to schedule a screening/presentation for your school, please contact us.