Join Us For Screening of Ancestral Waters at Portland’s Hollywood Theater
On April 16 at 3pm, the Hollywood Theater will screen Ancestral Waters, a 75-minute film produced by Benita Moore and directed by Darren Moore of Native Daily Network. The film features the multi-year struggle of the Puyallup Tribe and activists in Tacoma resisting a massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility on Puyallup Tribal land.
Ancestral Waters Film Screening at Portland’s Hollywood Theater
Sunday, April 16, 3pm – 5pm
Hollywood Theater – (4122 NE Sandy Blvd)
Film website & trailer: https://nativedailynetwork.org/ancestral-waters/
“The film, produced by Standing Rock Sioux member Benita Moore and her British husband Darren, skillfully captures the spirit of the tribe’s 3-year fight against the plant.” – Frank Hopper writing for Indian Country Today. The film also highlights the region-wide effort to halt major new fracked gas infrastructure, a fight that continues with the GTN Xpress project proposed in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Following the film, producers Darren Moore and Benita Moore will join a panel including local activists to discuss the Tacoma LNG controversy and the campaign to stop the GTN Xpress fracked gas pipeline expansion.
We hope to see you there!