Tag Archives: DamNation

Favorite Films (Part One)

DamNation DamNation beautifully tells the story of the history of dam building in the United States and the ecological, social, and economic consequences. DamNation offers stunning scenery along with social analysis. And in the end, the film leaves you moved … Continue reading

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American Rivers and Beyond Searsville Dam host screening of DamNation Feb. 21

American Rivers and Beyond Searsville Dam are hosting a screening of DamNation on February 21 at the Thomas Fogarty Winery and Vineyards in Woodside, California. I hope to be there for another screening. I can’t get enough of this film, … Continue reading

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DamNation Showing at Stanford

There will be a screening of DamNation tomorrow night at Stanford University! This is exciting news, as Stanford owns the Searsville Dam – a local deadbeat dam that Stanford is presently considering removing. With pressure coming from both sides and … Continue reading

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Come to the Portola Valley Screening of DamNation!

If you will be in the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, November 13, DamNation producer and director of underwater photography, Matt Stoecker, will be part of a free screening of DamNation at the Portola Valley Community Hall. Stoecker is … Continue reading

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Every Other Day is Not World Oceans Day …

Let’s get real. While social media has delighted me with many images of beaches, sharks, dolphins, crazy exotic reef critters, and more in honor of World Oceans Day, the reality is that some likes and retweets are almost the extent … Continue reading

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