Keep Squaw True San Francisco

Announcement: More Bay Area Screening of The Movie to Keep Squaw

Sierra Watch is excited to announce the San Francisco & Oakland screenings of The Movie to Keep Squaw True!

Join us in the month of June for screenings of the Keep Squaw True Locals Shr-EDIT before our feature documentary by the Gaffney Brothers:



2261 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

Doors at 6:30pm, show at 7pm

Tickets: $15

For more info, including directions and tickets:




4186 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland, CA 94611

Doors at 6:30pm, show at 7pm

Tickets: $15

For more info, including directions and tickets:

Hosted at the historic Clay and Piedmont Theatres with our friends from Demo Sport of Marin, we’re excited to offer an inspiring evening focused on Sierra Nevada conservation!

More about Keep Squaw True Shr-EDIT:

A short film featuring some of our favorite moments from the current generation of talented Squaw Valley skiers and riders playing on the mountain that inspires them. Each of the talented athletes featured in this film supports the movement to Keep Squaw True and many have shown that passion not just on the slopes, but in impassioned activism throughout every step of this community’s fight to protect North Lake Tahoe. Run time: 7 minutes

Click here to watch the trailer!

More about The Movie to Keep Squaw True:

When private equity developers and their corporate henchmen came to Tahoe to transform Squaw Valley into a Vegas-style amusement park, they ran into a mountain of community commitment – the movement to Keep Squaw True.

The movie tells the inspiring story of the ongoing seven-year struggle to stand up and defend Squaw Valley, Lake Tahoe, and the Sierra Nevada.

Written and directed by brothers, Robb (Squallywood) and Scott Gaffney (Matchstick Productions), and produced by Sierra Watch. It features an unforgettable cast of enthusiastic Tahoe locals and iconic Squaw legends as they show the world how to band together and stand up for their mountain values. Run time: 56 minutes

Contact Sierra Watch Field Manager, Chase Schweitzer, with any questions at Both events are fully accessible.

See you all there!