Opening Night: La Source
Don't miss first Opening Night at the new location of the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, March 21st.
Join us as we christen our brand new Robert Brent Auditorium on Thursday, March 21 for our first ever Opening Night in the new home of the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival.
La Source tells the uplifting story of Josue Lajuenesse, a Haitian janitor at Princeton Univ. who returns to his country after the devastating 2010 earthquake to revive his lifelong dream to bring clean water to his remote village. This film from award-winning Director Patrick Shen (The Philosopher Kings) is not just a movie about clean water and community transformation; it is a story of one unlikely hero, empowered by a vision, who did whatever it took to ignite the passion of people thousands of miles away to change the lives of those in La Source forever.
Following the screening, we will remain at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts for our Opening Night Gala Reception. Mingle with the audience and filmmakers as we kick off this year's festival and get ready for a weekend filled with documentaries, special programs, and events.
Opening Night (Ticket price includes Opening Night reception at Sebastopol Center for the Arts following the screening.)
Sebastopol Center of the Arts (View)
282 S High Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472
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