IPTV Pop-Up Film Series Showcases Iowa Land and Sky

Join Iowa Public Television as it hosts four screening events celebrating Iowa Land and Sky. Through the use of mesmerizing aerial videography and stunning on-the-ground camera work, Iowa Land and Sky delights, entrances and transports viewers across the state’s breathtaking landscapes. Leveraging the latest advancements in aerial drone cinematography, this program brings viewers a unique bird’s-eye perspective of the state’s landforms, waterways and towns.

Register for tickets by clicking on the specific event below!


November 11 in Des Moines at the Fleur Cinema & Cafe from 7 - 8:30 p.m. 
Patrice Petersen-Keys from Polk County Conservation will speak about the conservation and importance of Iowa's public lands. A $3 coupon for a drink or snack will be provided.
Click here for tickets to the November 11 screening.

 

November 12 in Dubuque at the Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium from 6-8 p.m. 
Jared McGovern from the Museum will speak about the Driftless Area in Iowa. Snacks and beverages will be provided. 
Click here for free tickets to the November 12 screening.

 

November 13 in Sioux City at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center from 3-5 p.m.
Dawn Snyder from the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center will speak about the Loess Hills region. Cookies and coffee will be provided. 
Click here for free tickets to the November 13 screening.

 

November 14 in Ottumwa at the Bridge View Center from 6-8 p.m. 
Annette Wittrock from Wapello County Conservation will speak about the Eddyville Sand Prairie area. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
Click here for free tickets to the November 14 screening.