Saturday, March 7th, 2015 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
This film vividly portrays the epic story of the freeing of Olympic National Park's mighty Elwha River from two salmon blocking dams. The Elwha Klallam people, scientists, fishermen, politicians, enviros, and townsfolk all add their voices to a film that is visually dazzling, lyrically evocative, and fluid as mountain snowmelt," writes poet and essayist Tim McNulty. $6/person at the door. Discussion afterward with Kim Wasserman, director of organizing and strategy for the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization and recipient of the Goldman Environmental Prize, will be facilitated by River Forest President Cathy Adduci. "Return of the River" is just one of over 40 films being shown during the Fourth Annual One Earth Film Festival, March 6-8. Full schedule and tickets can be found at oneearthfilmfest.org or email email@example.com.