24 August 2009

Arid Lands film screening in Seattle at the Northwest Film Forum

Join Heart of America NW & Sidelong Films for two shows nightly for one week!

The documentary, ARID LANDS, will play for one week, August 28 through September 3, at the Northwest Film Forum in Capitol Hill, with two shows nightly at 7 pm and 9 pm.

Arid Lands is about the land and people of the Columbia Basin, near the Hanford Nuclear Site. This is a landscape of contradictions.

Arid Lands won Best Feature at NWFF’s 2008 Local Sightings Film Festival, so they’re bringing it back for this theatrical run. It’s Sidelong Films' theatrical premiere in Seattle, and the film should look great up there on the big screen. Spread the word to friends in the area, and let’s help Sidelong Films get a good crowd out there.

"Creatively ecological...[one of] today's best environmental films."
- The Chronicle of Higher Education

"One of the most informative and eye-opening documentaries you'll see anywhere."
- National Media Museum, UK

View the Facebook page: Arid Lands Screening


  1. This is a really great film - the best one at showing the overall groups & opinions affected by Hanford.

    I will be there at least one night, I hope to see you there too!

  2. Heart of America NW will have a table at NWFF on Tuesday night with more information on Hanford Cleanup and how the public can get involved.