Screening and Discussion of Adam Curtis Documentaries

Sunday, September 24, 2017, 6-9pm
Big thanks to Johnny Misheff for curating this night: a peak into the wide & wild documentary work of Adam Curtis, which will surely stir up some nutritious dialogue.

the Cosmic Children surf film

The Cosmic Children

Friday, June 24, 2017, 8pm
the first of hal jepson’s many classic films, “cosmic children” helped to set the template for a more natural pairing of counterculture music & progressive surfing (1971). click the pic for a sample.

Morning of the Earth Film

Summer Saturday Surf Film

Saturday, June 17, 8pm
Morning of the Earth ( 1972 ) made by Alby Falzon was intended as an environmental statement presenting or suggesting an idealistic world in which surfers lived in harmony with the powers of nature. This was presented without narration or sub titles, and without any attempt to identify the surfing or the surfer’s locations, using music and imagery to provide an emotional context, and the lyrics of songs to reinforce its simple message.

saturday screening! one winter story

one winter story

saturday, may 20, doors 7:30pm, film 8pm
“one winter story” is an unprecedented glimpse into the male-dominated world of big-wave surfing from an unusual and seldom seen perspective – a woman’s.

awake film

film screening! awake, a dream from standing rock

Saturday, May 6th, 2017, 7:30pm
satuday night we’ll be screening the powerful new film awake: a dream from standing rock, that recently premiered at the tribeca film festival. some of us were lucky enough to hear the youth runners & chief arvol looking horse & his family when they came through town last fall, & the importance of their story & the legacy of standing rock remains deep & wide.

film screening! baraka

sunday april 23rd 7:30pm
we are excited to invite you to our first film screening, this sunday at 7:30pm at greater goods: ron fricke’s wordless wonder, baraka. named after a sufi word meaning “breath of life” or “blessing,” the film is both, and remains a powerful reminder of the importance of our relationships to our earthly home, our fellow creatures, & our fellow humans.