Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Documentary "Patagonia Rising" to Premiere Thursday in Silver City

SILVER CITY - The documentary "Patagonia Rising," which talks about a controversial proposal to construct a major hydroelectric dam in the Patagonia region of Chile, will be shown Thursday night at the Silco Theater.

The New Mexico premiere of the one-hour film documentary will feature Jonathan Leidich, field producer of the film and leading opponent of the dams, as a guest speaker. Leidich, owner and outfitter of Patagonia Adventure Expeditions in Chile, was responsible for the field logistics associated with both the "Patagonia Rising" documentary and "Power in the Pristine," a shorter companion film to be featured Sept. 17 at the Gila River Festival...


For more information, call Cheryl Leidich at (575) 
534-0030.

•What: New Mexico premiere of "Patagonia Rising"

•When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday

•Where: Silco Theater, 311 Bullard St., downtown Silver City

•Cost: Free, but a $5 donation suggested for Patagonia Rising outreach efforts.

•Information: www.

adventurepatagonia.com or www.patagoniarising.com


More info at: 
http://www.scsun-news.com/ci_18794246



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