A feature-length adventure documentary that brings to light the consequences of our global disposable lifestyle. The screening will be followed by a 30 minute panel discussion with representatives from several conservation agencies.
The documentary Princess Angeline takes viewers on a journey that starts with the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855 to today's Duwamish Tribe, which is still fighting for the federal government to officially recognize it as a tribe.
A new documentary about the Peninsula College Longhouse will be screened at the college’s Studium Generale program on Thursday, December 4. The screening will begin at 12:35 pm in the college’s Little Theater and will be followed by a question-and-answer session.
This documentary explores the difficult and taboo subject of rape and sexual assault within the military and received a 2013 Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature. Screening is sponsored by Washington Department of Veterans Affairs and Peninsula College Veterans Services.
An 80-year-old Kolkata retiree is on a mission to get his neighborhood streetlights turned off after sunrise after he notices they stay on all day as well. From Global Lens 2013, part of The Global Film Initiative. Co-sponsored by the Port Townsend Film Institute and Goddard College.
An old man (Pete Postlethwaite) living in a devastated world watches “archive” footage from today and asks: Why didn't we stop climate change when we had the chance? Co-sponsored by Olympic Climate Action Network; a panel discussion follows the screening.