POWER STRUGGLE SCREENING — BRATTLEBORO, MA
Saturday, JUNE 15
118 ELLIOT STREET
118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT • www.118elliot.com
7pm • $12 advance online / $15 at the door
Benefit Fundraiser To Launch Our National Grassroots Film Campaign
Help us bring POWER STRUGGLE to schools, libraries and community groups across America.
DVD and Blu-ray Release Premiere
Our first batch of DVDs and Blu-rays will be available for purchase after the screening.
Post-Screening Discussion Panels Moderated by Filmmaker Robbie Leppzer
Features local residents and civic stakeholders talking about the current status and future of the Vermont Yankee decommissioning process, as well as the long-term public health hazards from high-level radioactive waste that will be stored indefinitely on the banks of the Connecticut River at the Vermont Yankee site.
Panelists include: Chris Williams of the Citizen’s Awareness Network and board chair
of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service, Clay Turnbull of the New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution, and Derrik Jordan, member of the Vermont Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel.
Tickets: $12 advance online / $15 at the door / No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE ONLINE
Advance Tickets: $12.99 ($12 plus $.99 processing fee per ticket)
Advance online sales end on the day before screening date. Advance ticket buyers will receive an email receipt and be placed on a “will-call” list at the venue.
We accept all major credit cards (Visa MasterCard, American Express and Discover) and PayPal. Your billing statement will show charges from Turning Tide Productions.
June 15 Screening – Brattleboro, VT
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HELP POWER STRUGGLE REACH A WIDE AUDIENCE
Help us to raise $30,000 to fund our national grassroots film campaign to bring POWER STRUGGLE to schools, libraries and community groups across America. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution.