Free Film Screening: Felled
Felled is local produced film about finding worth and beauty in something most consider to be trash. The film chronicles the journey of an urban pine tree saved from the landfill by two woodworkers who give the tree new meaning as a family dinner table. The film highlights the growing urban lumber movement and explores themes of waste, craftsmanship, and redemption.
View the trailer and learn more about the film.
Following the film we will host a post film discussion with Silas Kyler, one of the directors of the film, Aimee Esposito, Executive Director for Trees Matter and Bonnie Richardson, Architect and Urban Planner for the City of Tempe .
Free parking at the City Hall Parking Garage. Validate your ticket at the concession stand.
We will be collecting hygiene items for the Tempe Community Action Agency's Hygiene for the Homeless Drive.
Their high-need items are:
Shampoo & Conditioner
Toothbrushes & Toothpaste
Hand & Body Lotion
Men and women's deodorant
Women’s sanitary pads and liners
Socks and Undergarments (new).
Doors Open 6:30 p.m.
Main Film Starts 7:00 p.m.