Scenes like this from the work of Sara Joy Steele and filmmaking partner Benjamin Drummond will be featured at the Methow Conservancy’s program. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Drummond

Scenes like this from the work of Sara Joy Steele and filmmaking partner Benjamin Drummond will be featured at the Methow Conservancy’s program. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Drummond

Local filmmakers Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele will present “Storytelling for Change,” a review of their many projects, at the Methow Conservancy’s “First Tuesday” program on Nov. 5. The free event will be at the Twisp River Pub from 7-8:30 p.m.  Dinner and drinks will be available for purchase. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. For more information, contact Mary at 996-2870 or mary@methowconservancy.org.

Drummond and Steele are currently producing a series of films on climate change in the Pacific Northwest, documenting an early warning system for nature with Conservation International, and recently launched an interactive website on the future of natural history. Their work has been screened at Mountainfilm in Telluride and the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, published by National Geographic and Smithsonian, and featured in exhibits and presentations around the world.