The next Green Film Night will be on Tuesday, August 10th at the Town Hall Theatre and feature the documentary DEEP DOWN--A Story from the Heart of Coal Country. Just released on Earth Day 2010, this is a heartbreaking and heartwarming story about a small mining town in Kentucky that is torn apart by mountaintop-removal coal mining. The film follows lifelong friends Beverly May and Terry Ratliff, that live on opposite sides of the mountain and opposite sides of the debate. While the topic is coal, it's really about the unseen impacts of our energy consumption and how we can take actions to preserve the things we love about our communities. More info on the movie below...
The movie producers will be on hand to talk before the movie and will bring materials to share.
Wine tasting and appetizers will be served in the theatre lobby starting at 6pm, with the movie starting around 7pm. Appetizers will be provided by Terzetto Cuisine in Moraga. The historic Town Hall Theatre has a wonderful lobby with seating and a full bar with snacks and drinks.
If you'd like to attend, we encourage you to purchase discounted tickets online, in advance. Tickets are only $10 and include appetizers, wine tasting, and the film. See prices below.
Green Screen Film Nights are organized by a collection of Lamorinda community organizations including: Generation Green, Sustainable Moraga, Sustainable Lafayette, and Parents for a Safer Environment.