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A Conversation on Cinema and Social Activism Inspired by Charles Hood


Wednesday, November 2 | 6:00 pm

Come listen to Bay Area documentarians discuss the inspiration behind their films and the extraordinary efforts activists are engaged in to preserve a healthy North Bay ecosystem. Inspired by and coordinated with the upcoming book release, Wild Sonoma, by Charles Hood. 

In an effort to promote better stewardship of our own backyard and acknowledge the impacts of climate change and urban growth, the Petaluma Film Alliance has curated an impressive collection of documentary shorts focused on keeping our local plant, animal, insect, and sea life in balance.

A conversation with the filmmakers on cinema and social activism will take place at 6pm. A Q & A will also follow the program. 

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About the Speaker

Charles Hood

Charles Hood

Charles Hood has studied birds and natural history from the Amazon to Tibet, and he has seen more than five thousand species of birds in the wild. A widely published poet, he has received numerous fellowships and writing awards and is the author of the Heyday collection A Salad Only the Devil Would Eat. His other Heyday titles include field guides to mammals and birds, and for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County he was the lead author and photographer for the book Wild LA.


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