Sneak Peek Screening: “The Devil’s Road: A Baja Documentary” by Hidden Gems Film Club

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SPECIAL “SNEAK PEEK” RECEPTION with the filmmakers of “The Devil’s Road: A Baja Documentary” (In Production)

Saturday, February 25th | Aptos Branch Library


SCHEDULE:

4:30PM – Doors Open
5:00 PM – Screening
6-6:30PM – Q&A Session with the Filmmakers!
6:30-7PM – Reception with Light Refreshments


Please join the Santa Cruz Public Libraries’ Hidden Gems Film Club for a special sneak peek screening of “The Devil’s Road: A Baja Documentary” presented by Broken Wagon Films. Audience members will also have an opportunity to meet the team of documentary filmmakers in the midst of their filmmaking process.

In “The Devil’s Road,” local Santa Cruz filmmakers tell the story of over 100 years of ecological change on the Baja California while retracing the steps of renowned American naturalist Edward Alphonso Goldman — a relative of three out of the four production team members. The diverse geographic features of Baja California — from inhospitable desert, to high mountains, and picturesque coastlines — comprise a distinct ecoregion that is home to a number of endemic species, found only in Baja. Who is Edward Goldman and why is he important? What is the importance of Baja’s biodiversity? Is human activity tarnishing this unique place?

Come and learn about Baja’s natural history and its global significance, and the documentary filmmaking process.

Bring your questions for a special Q&A session with the filmmakers after the screening! Seating is limited. Light refreshments will be served.

Learn more about the project at www.brokenwagonfilms.com or follow the crew on Instagram and “like” us on Facebook.


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