Thursday, April 24, 2014

Damnation Review...

DamNation | Trailer from FELT SOUL MEDIA on Vimeo.

Lets just get it out there

This is the best outdoor film I have ever, ever seen.

Last night Damnation by Felt Soul Media played to a full house in Spokane and I dont think there's been a film that has stirred my soul in the way that it did

One of my grandfather's helped build Bonneville.   The other, Grand Coulee.  Our family was fully involved in the dam building era.

I hope to be a part of restoring what was lost.

Damnation is beautiful.  It's damn near art (pun intended)  I feel a tipping point coming with this issue, and this is going to be the film to bring the issue to the masses

There are so many things to write about in this film that I need time to unpack my brain and with that, there will be more written here soon about it.

There many dams that shouldn't be taken out at this point.  Electricity, jobs, farming and commerce would be effected in the wrong way

On the other hand, there are thousands of dams that have outlived their lifespan and its our obligation to take them out

The dam removals on the Elwha, White Salmon, Penobscot, are shining examples of given the opportunity, the rivers will heal themselves

If you get the chance to see this film, do it.

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