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Ten Years On Screen For The Lookout Wild Film Festival

“Uncarved Block” - one of the films at this year’s Lookout Wild Film Festival - features Chattanooga climbers Ronnie Dickson and Tony Disanto, and shows the relationship between climbing, robotics and prosthetics.
Lookout Wild Film Festival
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“Uncarved Block” - one of the films at this year’s Lookout Wild Film Festival - features Chattanooga climbers Ronnie Dickson and Tony Disanto, and shows the relationship between climbing, robotics and prosthetics.

Here in Chattanooga, the Lookout Wild Film Festival is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a return to the Tivoli Theatre.

The three-day festival - which showcases wild places and the people they inspire - begins on Friday.

Andy Johns is the festival’s director.

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