Moss Farm on the Marsh is a Film & Arts Invitational focused on the regeneration of the Earth through new technologies, education and ancient cultural arts.

Highlighting creative, nature-based solutions to land-use, sustainability, social and educational reform. Emphasis on the impact made by musicians and artists.

Held at Horicon Marsh, the largest freshwater marsh in the United States. Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge is home to more than 300 species of birds and a diversity of other wildlife. Fall migration of Canada geese, ducks and sandhill cranes exceeds 200,000 birds.

"Rewild the Wild Child - Regrow the Garden of Eden"

Winners of each category will be screened at the Invitational.

Best Documentary Feature
Best Documentary Short
Best Feature Film
Best Animated Film
Best Student Film
Best Short Film
Best Music Video
Best Experimental
Best Message
Best Artistry

The 2023 Moss Farm on the Marsh Film & Arts Invitational is open for entries with a deadline to enter of August 31, 2023.

Any solutions-focused project related to sustainability, outdoors, agriculture, education, technology, or the arts is eligible to submit, regardless of completion or release date.