Join author and award-winning documentary film-maker Rick Wood for a FREE screening of Deconstructing Eden on Sunday, March 4, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m., Soundview School, Lynnwood, WA.
Deconstructing Eden won Best Documentary in the IndieBOOM! Film Fest 2017, was an Official Selection of the Macroproject Online Shorts Festival, California International Film Festival and Davis Chinese Film Festival, and the All Seas Film Festival (2018), and is currently a semi-finalist in San Mauro Torino Film Festival.
Rick Wood’s passion is documenting the plight of endangered animals, including sea turtles and manatees in Florida, Orca and salmon in Washington State, and in his latest film, the Southern Sea Otters of Elkhorn Slough in Monterey Bay, California.
Wood recently published a book with local independent publisher Homeostasis Press. Rough Cut: Lessons from Endangered Species shares the stories of what he’s learned from chronicling these creatures on the brink of disaster, and sounds a call to action while there’s still time.
This is a family friendly event, most appropriate for third grade to adult. Bring a brown bag dinner, and we’ll provide dessert and beverages.