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|MARCH POINT Advance Screening: Native Youth & Environmental Justice|
|Date||Wednesday November 19|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
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Oakland Museum of California, James Moore Theatre
1000 Oak Street, one block from Lake Merritt BART
|Organizer/Author||Roseli, ITVS Community Cinema|
ITVS Presents the Community Cinema Screening of MARCH POINT:Added to the calendar on Monday Nov 3rd, 2008 2:24 PM
“This is a powerful and poetic environmental coming-of-age story. In defending their tribal lands, three young men find a mission, even a vision!” —Sherman Alexie (Spokane, Wash./Coeur D’Alene, Idaho), poet, author and screenwriter
In the late 1950s, two oil refineries were built on March Point, Washington,
an area that was once part of the Swinomish Reservation by treaty. MARCH
POINT tells the story of three Swinomish Indian Tribe teenagers who make a
movie about the destruction the refineries have wrought in their community.
Wednesday, November 19
Light Reception at 6:00 PM
Film Begins at 6:30 PM
Oakland Museum of California
James Moore Theatre
1000 Oak Street, One block from the Lake Merritt BART
ITVS Presents Community Cinema. Series Sponsors: KQED Education Network, Oakland Museum of California, Oakland Film Office, City of Oakland, Hands On Bay Area and DEAF Media.
Co-sponsored by The American Indian Child Resource Center.
This film will be captioned and the post-screening discussion ASL Interpreted by DEAF Media.
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