OCTOBER 12, 2019
If you’ve ever seen Tim Burton’s, Big Fish, it’s hard to forget the
beautifully surreal town of Spectre, Alabama. It turns out the fictional town does still exist on a privately owned island in Millbrook, AL.
Join us in the Spectre film set for a night of FREE solar education and independent outdoor cinema. Oscillation Transia is a non profit traveling film festival sharing the importance of green energy and cinematic arts. Our goal is to unite a diverse population of Americans by means of a free, open-to-the-public film festival where dreamers and allies of the future can come together to experience and discuss environmental awareness through low-impact outdoor cinema.
(entry fee to park is waived)
Accepting donations (cash or credit)
Suggested Donation $10-$20 per person (sliding scale)
Solar Energy Workshop lead by Festival Engineer, Austin Krause
90-min Film Screening (9 short films) view trailer here:
-Camping available! Check Jackson Lake Island’s Facebook for more info!
– This event is handicap accessible!
-This is a dog friendly venue, but they MUST BE on leash!
-We don’t recommend small children due to program length and some subtitled films, but all are welcome to attend!
Attendee’s are encouraged to bring:
-Blanket, just in case the weather drops or you would like to sit on the ground.
-Folding Chair, some venues supply chairs, some do not. For best comfort bring your own from home. Contact us if you need seating!
-Reusable Water Bottle, we will provide fresh water and encourage our guests to minimize their waste!
-Notebook, to save info from the solar workshop and for any thoughts that may arise during the film screening.
-Your Ideas, this is a place for learning, we would love to hear about your own creative and eco-conscious practices.