Why don’t the Marin Headlands look like an upscale Daly City? And why doesn’t Pt. Reyes have a six-lane highway? Because a small handful of citizens banded together to protect the land for future generations.
This is the story of how homemakers, lawyers, farmers, ranchers, activists, and a few politicians, worked together to sign into law the first National Seashore, and to protect open space and agricultural land in San Francisco and Marin County over the last 60 years. Prepare to be moved and inspired. If you care enough, you can change your world.
June 7-13, 2013: San Rafael (Smith Rafael Film Center); Berkeley (Elmwood Theater); Sebastopol (Rialto Cinemas)
6:30PM, Saturday, June 8 and 1:30PM, Sunday, June 9: Screenings followed by discussions (for 6/9 info see http://www.climate-one.org/upcoming-events/rebels-cause-film-screening-and-discussion)
June 14-16, 2013: San Jose (Camera 3)
Rebels will be broadcasted on KRCB next year.
For more information, see: http://rebelsdocumentary.org/ and http://krcb.org/video-on-demand/rebels-with-a-cause