The Movie to Keep Squaw True

MOVIE SHOWINGS

DECEMBER 8 & 9 [SOLD-OUT] – TAHOE ART HAUS

– Click for all times and tickets –
Tahoe City, CA

DECEMBER 11 – T-BAR SOCIAL CLUB

7:00 P.M. – Click for ticket info –
June Lake, CA

January, 19 – WILD & SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL

1:00 P.M. – Saturday Midday Session –
Nevada City, CA (Click here get full info on screening) 

January 30 [SOLD-OUT] – PINK GARTER THEATRE

7:00 P.M. – Click for ticket info – Hosted with the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance
Jackson Hole, WY

February 20 – AUBURN STATE THEATRE

7:00 P.M. – Click for ticket info –
Auburn, CA

February 20 – BOZEMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

5:00 P.M. – Free through the library –
Bozeman, MT

February 28 – THE DOWNSTAIRS

8:00 P.M.  – Free through the club (21+) –
Park City, UT

March 7 – 1001 GIEDT HALL, UC DAVIS

7:00 P.M.  – $3 at the door, click for parking info – Hosted by the UC Davis Alpine Ski & Snowboard Team
Davis, CA

March 21 [SOLD-OUT] – SPLITROCK TAP & WHEEL

7:00 P.M. – Free with RSVP –  Hosted with Demo Sport and Splitrock Tap & Wheel
Fairfax, CA

March 30 – Nevada Theatre

7:00 P.M.  – Click for ticket details – Hosted with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and SYRCL
Nevada City, CA

April 4 – PATAGONIA RENO

7:00 P.M. – Free screening through Patagonia –
Reno, NV

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SYNOPSIS

The Movie to Keep Squaw True tells the epic story of how we rise up to defend the integrity of an incredible place.  How we stand up to a private equity Goliath and their corporate henchmen.  And how we tap the power of our collective passion to protect Squaw Valley, Lake Tahoe, and the Sierra Nevada. 

It’s a seven-year saga of how we keep a favorite Tahoe mountain from being turned into a Vegas-style amusement park, and it’s an inspiring example for conservationists everywhere.

Watch the movie and be a part of the movement to Keep Squaw True!

The Movie to Keep Squaw True is written and directed by Robb and Scott Gaffney, produced by Sierra Watch, and features a cast of enthusiastic Tahoe locals and iconic Squaw legends.

 

 

 

Media

August 9 – “Premiere of The Movie to Keep Squaw True,” Moonshine Ink

August 28 –  “‘The Movie to Keep Squaw True’ premieres,” Tahoe Weekly

December 7 – “Keep Squaw True,” The Sheet News

December 7 – “Squaw Valley movie depicts development war,” The Mammoth Times

January 17 – “Sierra Watch to screen movie to Keep Squaw True at Wild & Scenic,” The Union

January 18 – “Sierra Watch to screen The Movie to Keep Squaw True at Wild and Scenic Film Festival,” YubaNet.com

January 23 – “Residents fight to ‘Keep Squaw True’,” Jackson Hole News & Guide

January 25 – “Eerily mirroring Snow King drama, ski resort film come to town,” Buckrail

January 29 –  “Alliance screens movie to protect mountain life,” Jackson Hole Daily

January 30 – “Squaw Valley, Snow King and Mountain Town Activism,” 89.1 KHOL FM

February 15 – “Keep Squaw True movie coming to State Theatre,” 104.5 KAHI FM

February 17 – “Squaw Valley film makes statement on preservation,” Auburn Journal

February 27 – “Downstairs to host a screening of ‘The Movie to Keep Squaw True’,” Park Record

February 27 – “Documentary about Squaw Valley’s fight against development making Park City premiere on Thursday,” KPCW Public Radio