Film Screening and Q&A

June 6th, Knight Law Center UO Campus

 

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Thursday, June 6th @6pm

Knight Law Center RM 110, UO Campus
1515 Agate st, Eugene

In today’s world of chaos few will avoid catastrophe of a personal and/or professional nature. What is it that drives us to recover and reengage with life? For Charity, while grappling with grief, panic attacks and PTSD, it was finding something bigger than herself or the material world. For Charity, it was looking to the stars.

We as activists sometimes face adversity on a daily basis.
What drives us to keep going? This is an inspirational film of resiliency and hope. There will be a Q&A after the film.

 

Watch the Trailer Here.

Tickets are available below.

Q&A Panel

Sandy Cummings
Sandy Cummings

Director/Producer/Writer

Sandy is an Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist who worked in network television news for 23 years before venturing into independent documentary filmmaking.

Dr. Scott Fisher
Dr. Scott Fisher

Dept. of Physics (UofO) Astronomy Lecturer

Scott is an academic expert in space, NASA, and all things astronomy. His particular strength is making science and STEM accessible to non-scientists.

Charity Woodrum
Charity Woodrum

James Webb Space Telescope team

Completed her Ph.D at the University of Arizona. Her research uses the Universe as a time machine to tell the story of how galaxies evolve over cosmic time. She was just recently hired to join NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope team at Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Her dream has come true!

Kai Huschke - Moderator
Kai Huschke - Moderator

Executive Director - CELDF

Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund
Oregon Community Rights Network

Location…

Knight Law Center
UO Campus

1515 Agate st, Eugene