Documentary: "Occupied Cascadia"
- When: Sunday, November 11, 2012, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
- Cost: Free - $10
- Age limit: All ages
- Categories: Film, Community
The Hood River debut of the film "Occupied Cascadia" is taking place at the Columbia Center for the Arts, 7 p.m. This documentary was created by three Bend, Ore., locals: Devin Hess, Casey Corcoran and Mel Sweet. The film runs 115 minutes with a discussion to follow.
This film features Derrick Jensen, Jeannette Armstrong, Charles Eisenstein, and David R. Montgomery and many more...
The filmmakers and executive director will be joined by cast member and Hood River local Steven Hawley, author of "Recovering a Lost River."
Please come join this very important dialogue! Suggested donation: $6
Description of film:
"Occupied Cascadia" is a documentary film exploring the evolving concept of bioregionalism across this land base. Historically, the diverse voices throughout this land have paved the way for many movements. We feel we have captured an essence of this evolving culture. So, what defines the people of this region?
With resource wars upon us, governments are more oppressive than ever, global economies are destabilizing, corporations and media are continually dividing us and most seem to have some notion of an imminent collapse on the horizon. Are we capable of coming together, and if so, where do our commonalities lie?
The people of Cascadia are diverse in opinions, stories and backgrounds and much like the larger nations we are a part of, we are divided by fundamentalism. What changes must we really make in order to provide for future generations, including the natural world? Explore these concepts and more.