Upcoming Screenings- A River's Last Chance

  • April 11 Salmon Restoration Conference ,Riverwalk Lodge, Fortuna Ca
  • April 14 Water Docs Film Festival, Toronto,  Canada
  • April 14-15 Elements Film Festival, Vancouver, Canada
  • April 19th Patagonia Store, Pasadena, Ca
  • April 30 River Rally Olympic Valley, Ca
  • May 4 Doc Lands Film Festival, San Rafael, Ca
  • May 7 GU Labs Berkley, Ca in association with the California Wilderness Association: https://www.calwild.org/riverslastchance/
  • May 9 Lost Coast Interpretive Association Garberville, Ca 6-9pm
  • May 10 Riverwalk lodge, Fortuna, Ca 6-8 pm: After party at Eel River Brewery: https://caltrout.z2systems.com/np/clients/caltrout/eventRegistration.jsp?event=621&
  • May 11 Arcata Theatre Lounge, Arcata, Ca 6-9pm:  https://caltrout.z2systems.com/np/clients/caltrout/eventRegistration.jsp?event=616&
  • May 18th Willits, Ca Willits Grange in association with the Eel River Recovery Project : Willits Grange
  • June 1-3 Mendocino Film Festival, Mendocino, Ca
  • June 8 Norse Hall, Portland, Oregon in association with Save our Wild Salmon and Sawyer Oars.

More to come....

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Please email us if you would like to host a screening.

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