The 2013-14 Travel and Adventure Film Series continues with “Mexico: The Bad, the Good, and the Ugly” at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 in the North Iowa Community Auditorium, located on the North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) campus. The 2013-14 Travel and Adventure Series is sponsored by the Mason City Noon Kiwanis and NIACC.
For the traveler, Mexico has always been a land of adventure, mystery and the unexpected. Bill Behrenbruch brings all that, and much more, to the screen in his new travel-adventure film, “Mexico: The Bad, the Good and the Ugly”.
Basing the program on more than 20 years of travel through the Sierra Madre Mountains of northwest Mexico, Bill transports the viewer to a part of Mexico seldom seen by outsiders. It is difficult to travel to such a location when there are few marked roads that cross the Sierra Madre from the U.S. border to the city of Durango, 800 miles to the south, and because there is no infrastructure for travelers: no hotels, no motels, no restaurants, and no curio shops. However, within these glorious mountains there are destinations as grand as: Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde and Zion.
Utilizing a single engine airplane and a sleeping bag for much of his travel, Mr. Behrenbruch has traveled throughout these mountains to bring the audience a very fresh view of the land south of the border. This is a part of Mexico you’ve never seen; full of high adventure, great beauty and unexpected drama.
This fascinating saga, skillfully shot and edited in slide format, captures the feel of movement with excellent photography, sound and story.
“Mexico: The Bad, the Great and the Ugly”. DON’T MISS IT!
The 2013-14 Travel and Adventure Film Series is shown in the North Iowa Community Auditorium. These films appeal to a wide audience of travelers. Beautiful scenery, out-of-the-ordinary locations, various cultures and people are depicted throughout the films. Tickets are only $5 for adults and $3 for students. Tickets may be purchased at the door or from any Noon Kiwanis member. For information, call the NIACC Continuing Education office 641-422-4358.
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