David Diaz | 2018 | 12 min.
2019 Official Selection
The Cahaba River is one of the Southeast’s most iconic river systems. Urban sprawl in the state’s largest metropolitan area has already placed a great strain on this important river system and now the proposed Cahaba Beach Road threatens to destroy the area along the Little Cahaba River that is the drinking water source for hundreds of thousands of people in the area. This film exposes the risk of building a road across an important forested stretch of river and how citizens and watershed groups are fighting to protect this precious resource.
|August 21, 2020||Lake Placid||NY||Lake Placid Center for the Arts|
|January 29, 2020||Houston||TX||River Oaks Theatre|
|November 5, 2019||Nashville||TN||Belcourt Theatre|
|September 18, 2019||Overland Park||KS||Glenwood Arts|
|September 17, 2019||Kansas City||MO||Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center|
|August 15, 2019||Lake Placid||NY||Lake Placid Center for the Arts|
|May 19, 2019||Peninsula||OH||Happy Days Lodge|
|April 22, 2019||Bellingham||WA||Mt. Baker Theatre|
|April 11, 2019||Greenwood||SC||Sundance Gallery|
|April 5, 2019||Louisville||KY||GHEENS Foundation lodge|
|March 8, 2019||Evanston||IL||Rotary International Auditorium|