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“Thirst”, free documentary film at Cerrito Theater

A documentary film by Berkeley filmmakers Alan Snitow and Deborah Kaufman
Plus: A public discussion led by the filmmakers on a range of environmental issues, including governmental approaches to pressing environmental problems.

“Thirst,” a 2004, hour-long, award-winning documentary, provides a piercing look at the conflict between public stewardship and private profit of water, perhaps the most important natural resource on the planet, one that is critical both to human health and to the economic well being of all nations.

2 p.m. Sunday March 1 at the Cerrito Theater, 10070 San Pablo Ave. (2 blocks from the El Cerrito Plaza BART). Admission is free! Food and beverages are available at this unusual theater.

Sponsored by The League of Women Voters of West Contra Costa County and the city of El Cerrito’s Environmental Quality Committee.

PR for Thirst.doc (432 KB)

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