Sea level rise is one of the most visible and devastating effects of climate change, and countless homes and structures along coastlines around the world will soon be under water. What, if anything, are coastline dwellers doing to adapt?
Join the Presidio Trust and International Ocean Film Festival (IOFF) for a special Earth Day screening of Bad Tidings, part of the April edition of Presidio Dialogues. Bad Tidings takes us to the front lines of climate change and the encroaching sea, examining the ways people are trying to cope as well as attitudes of denial.
Thursday, April 20, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Presidio Officers' Club
50 Moraga Avenue, The Presidio
San Francisco, CA
FREE to attend, but registration is required - SPACE IS LIMITED
The filmmaker, Dan Natale, will be at the screening for Q&A. Don't miss it!
Top photo by Louis Cabrera
About the filmmaker
Dan Natale, a former journalist from Red Bank New Jersey, became a filmmaker to reach audiences on a deeper level. Bad Tidings is his first documentary; it started out as a student project while he was at Rutgers University studying environmental policy and digital film making. The film has gone on to screen at multiple film festivals, and it won the award for best short film at the New Jersey film festival. Dan is currently freelancing and starting his own production company.