Join us for a special screening of Patagonia's latest film Scale of Hope, this Thursday 9/22, 7-9pm. Q&A with local film director Josh "Bones" Murphy and Molly Kawahata to follow. Film will be shown outdoors, 65 min run time.
All tix sales donated to the Asian Pacific Environmental Network. APEN is a non-profit founded in Richmond CA in 1993, and focused on environmental justice.
"The scale of climate change can make an individual feel hopelessly small, and Molly Kawahata knows this feeling well. As a former climate advisor to the Obama White House and an alpine climber with dreams of big summits, Molly has dedicated her life to taking on seemingly insurmountable challenges. But it’s her personal struggle with mental health that gives her a profound understanding of how to harness the power of the mind to create change.
The Scale of Hope follows Molly as she prepares for an expedition in the Alaska Range while working to create a new climate narrative that centers her favorite question—What can I do to help?—with a surprising answer. It’s a story about struggle, hope and what it will take to solve the greatest issue of our time."
Location: Hook Fish Co. at Proof Lab Beer Garden. 254 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley