Saturday, December 20, 2008

FLOW Showing Sunday to Benefit ISEA

The Bay Theatre in Suttons Bay will show the movie Flow on Sunday December 21 at 2pm. A portion of the proceeds will be given to ISEA to further our work of education and stewardship of the Great Lake's waters. For more information go to:

Irena Salina’s award-winning documentary investigation into what experts label the most important political and environmental issue of the 21st Century – The World Water Crisis. This cautionary documentary is determined to stir things up. Water, the quintessence of life, sustains every creature on Earth. The time has come when we can no longer take this precious resource for granted. Unless we effect global change, impoverished nations could be wiped from the planet. Roused by a thirst for survival, people around the world are fighting for their birthright.

Showtime: Sunday, Dec. 21 - 2:00 pm

After the film, Q & A with Jim Olson, environmental attorney and Holly Wren Spaulding, film contributor and water activist.

FLOW is being underwritten by Leelanau Cheese Co., Tamarack Craftsmen Gallery, Bill Rastetter & Cary Weed, and The Bay Theatre. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Inland Seas Education Association. Advance Tickets at Bahle’s and Brilliant Books (Suttons Bay) and Higher Grounds (Traverse City).

"Flow makes the case against the privatization of water, which is happening in gazillions of impoverished communities around the world, not to mention North American backyards."- Jennie Punter, Globe and Mail

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