GRIT - Documentary film by Sasha Friedlander and Cynthia Wade
In 2006 a mud volcano exploded in East Java, Indonesia, flooding 16 villages over the rooftops and displacing more than 60,000 people; 12 years later the hot sludge is still flowing. Grit profiles one girls awakening to activism as her mother campaigns against the gas drilling corporation responsible for the catastrophe. The film was 6 years in the making and chronicles commitment, art activism and perseverance in the struggle for justice.
Doors open at 7pm, film at 7:30.
Filmmaker Sasha Friedlander will be on hand to answer questions following the screening.
The GRIT Film screening is part of the HUMAN/NATURE exhibit EVENTS.
ARRT (Artists Respond and Resist Together) is collaborating with the Resource Center for Nonviolence (RCNV) to build momentum and inspire a more informed and active citizenry with its third annual juried exhibit and related events at RCNV (612 Ocean St., Santa Cruz, CA 95060)
Resource Center for Nonviolence (View)
612 Ocean St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
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