Saturday, March 2, 2013

San Diego screening of MOVIE: "311: Surviving Japan"


WE HAVE THIS weekend to pre-sell just 6 seats to make this screening happen in San Diego! No excuses on the weekend, just DO it: You will NOT be charged until the event is confirmed. ($12 per ticket)http://www.tugg.com/titles/311-surviving-japan?location=global&state=upcoming
Please join us for the 2nd Anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaaster!

San Diego screening of "311: Surviving Japan" on Monday, March 11, 2013, the 2nd Anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster (7:30p). PLEASE RESERVE YOUR TICKET(S) ONLINE ASAP TO ENSURE THE FILM IS SCREENED HERE: http://www.tugg.com/titles/311-surviving-japan?location=global&state=upcoming You will NOT be charged until the event is confirmed. ($12 per ticket).  We must sell 50 tickets in advance ASAP for this film to be a go at the theater!

Where:
7037 Friars Rd, San Diego, California 92108

YOU MUST RESERVE YOUR SEAT ONLINE NOW!  There will be no "walk up" tickets sold.

We will do a "Light Brigade" action along the busy Friars Road entrance to the Fashion Valley Mall from 6-7p, holding lighted letter signs spelling out "No More Fukushimas". Please emailmarthasullivan@mac.com to volunteer as a "Holder of the Light."

We will also do Flyering inside the Mall during the same period before the screening: 6-7p, with a special guest for the occasion. Please email marthasullivan@mac.com to volunteer for the Info Crew.

Here is a brief description of the film: "Inside story of 2011 Japanese Tsunami relief & Fukushima nuclear disaster. A critical look at how the authorities handled the nuclear crisis and Tsunami relief by an American who volunteered in the clean-up. It is in short, a documentary of the devastating events in Japan and 6 months of the after-math that followed. It features true stories from those affected by the disaster, the government and even TEPCO. It highlights the struggle in dealing with: The Tsunami clean-up, Government response to the disaster, radiation plus the future of nuclear power after the accident." (90 minutes long, plus speaker.)