Standing on Sacred Ground – Film Screenings in Berkeley, CA
Thursday, March 27: David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way
7 pm VIP Reception with The Altai Project and Snow Leopard Conservancy
8 pm Pilgrims and Tourists
(Altai Republic of Russia; Northern California)
9 pm Q&A with filmmaker Christopher (Toby) McLeod, Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk, Danil Mamyev, Founder of Uch Enmek Nature Park, Russia
Admission—Reception and film: $75. Film only: $20.
Tickets & Information: http://eii.org/3.27tix Friday, April 4: University of California, Berkeley, 142 Dwinelle Hall
7 pm Profit and Loss
(Papua New Guinea; Alberta, Canada, tar sands)
Admission – Free
Co-sponsored by UCB’s Energy & Resources Group, ASUC's Office of Sustainability, Berkeley Organization for Animal Advocacy and Idle No More Bay Area Tuesday, April 8: Church Divinity School of the Pacific Refectory, 2450 LeConte Ave.
6 pm Reception—All welcome
7 pm Fire and Ice
(Gamo Highlands of Ethiopia; Andes of Peru)
8 pm Discussion with Rev. Sally Bingham, Stanford Professor José Fragoso, Borneo Project founder Joe Lamb, Toby McLeod
Admission—Free Sunday, April 13, Berkeley Public Library, Community Meeting Room, 2090 Kittredge St.
4 pm Islands of Sanctuary
(Northern Territory, Australia; Kaho`olawe, Hawai`i)
5 pm Director Toby McLeod, Co-Producer/Writer Jessica Abbe in conversation with author Alison Owings, author of Indian Voices – Listening to Native Americans.
For tickets and information, visit www.StandingOnSacredGround.org