Grounds for Resistance: Stories of War, Sacrifice, and Good Coffee has been picked up (and slightly renamed) by Films Media Group for academic distribution. If you feel compelled, please ask your public and university libraries to order the film. Here is the link: http://films.com/id/25096/Grounds_for_Resistance_Stories_of_War_Sacrifice_and_Good_Coffee.htm.
For those of you interested in purchasing copies for your individual use, you can purchase it for $25 following the links under “Order DVD” on this website.
August 20, 3:30 PM. Vancouver, Washington. Columbia Gorge International Film Venue: Popculture. 1929 Main Street. Vancouver, Washington. Please join us for the screening if you are in the area and help spread the word.
Grounds for Resistance will screen at the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in Vancouver, Washington Aug. 15-19, 2012. I’ll post details once the schedule has been finalized. In the meantime, visit this website for information about the festival:
Grounds for Resistance will screen at the Rainier Independent Film Festival on June 10 from 10-11:30 in the lovely town of Ashford, WA. For more information,
Hi everyone. If you’re in the Seattle area, please join us for a screening of “Grounds for Resistance” as part of the Seattle True Independent Film Festival (STIFF). The screening is this Thursday, May 10 at 6:00 PM. at the Grand Illusion Cinema (1403 Northeast 50th Street ). Please help spread the word!
I’m honored that Grounds for Resistance will be screened at several upcoming film festivals. Here’s the information for those happening in May. Please come if you live nearby and help spread the word!
May 5, 2012. Lost Angeles, CA. Awareness Film, Art, and Music Festival. 9 am Regent Showcase. 614 N. La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Free. For more information about the festival: http://awareness.festivalgenius.com/2012/
May 10, 2012. Seattle, WA. Seattle True Independent Film Festival (STIFF). 6:00 PM. Screening at Grand Illusion Cinema. located at
1403 Northeast 50th Street
Seattle, WA 98105. Followed by Q&A with Filmmaker and Coffee Strong activists. To purchase tickets,