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Story of an ancient art form told in ‘Overland’, making world premiere at SBIFF

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - The nature film Overland is making its world premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Friday.

About the ancient art of falconry, it tells the story of not only the 6,000 year old profession but the birds that continue its legacy.

SBIFF describes the film like this:

Adventure unfolds across four continents as an eagle hunter, a falcon racer, and a hawk whisperer awaken an ancient art to connect to a wild that is fading out of sight and out of mind. 

Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Overland premieres with a free screening Friday afternoon at the Lobero Theater. It hits screens across Santa Barbara two other time over the weekend.

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