Benefit Film Screening & Panel Discussion
An evening with award-winning filmmaker Michael J. Murphy. Michael is in Sedona to edit the trailer for his 3rd film, "An Unconventional Shade of Grey", in which he takes his investigation further into the geo-political realm. The 3rd film is a call-to-action documentary that focuses on what he believes we, as a society, must do to put an end to these damaging geoengineering programs. The "Why in the World Are They Spraying?" screening will be followed by a panel discussion addressing current aspects of this serious issue. Donations will benefit Michael's new film. Panelists Alexandra May Hunter & Nicolas Guillermo will join Michael.
Alexandra May Hunter is an environmental law specialist with over 24 yrs experience & an anti-geoengineering advocate. In June 2014, she set a precedent at the AZ state level by delivering legal notice of the currently in effect program & non-consent at a public meeting in Kingman to Sen. Kelli Ward & 2 lawyers from the ADEQ. This July, she will be presenting at the international climate conference in Paris.
Nicolas Guillermo learned how to live his life following his passion to work for activism causes. He is a professional political consultant for ballot propositions, petitioning & canvasser training. His idea for possible solutions to stop geoengineering in a peaceful, positive, community & relationship driven model is called the "Ballot Access Network."
Event co-hosted by GAASP Sedona