SOLD OUT- World Premiere of The Movie to Keep Squaw True

UPDATE: Please stay tuned for updates on our tour and showings in Tahoe, across Northern California, Western Nevada, and ski communities across the U.S. Get our latest updates about tour information by signing the Keep Squaw True pledge and getting on our contact list!

Sierra Watch is hosting the World Premiere of The Movie to Keep Squaw True in Truckee, September 14.

The Movie to Keep Squaw True premiere poster

Tickets are available at

“The movie is a David and Goliath story of a local community coming up against big money and big development. We’ve got an amazing opportunity to shape the future of our region and it’s happening right now with Sierra Watch,”  Robb Gaffney, interviewed by Moonshine Ink.


The Gaffney Brothers present the World Premiere of the full-length feature film: The Movie to Keep Squaw True.


Friday, September 14

Doors open at 7:30 p.m., show begins at 8:00


Truckee Community Arts Center

10046 Church Street, Truckee, CA


For seven years, North Tahoe has been living through the biggest development fight in the Sierra Nevada. Legendary local filmmakers Robb and Scott Gaffney have captured the epic struggle in a feature-length film, and, on September 14, you can be among the first to see The Movie to Keep Squaw True.

Pictured: On Location shooting The Movie to Keep Squaw True

Also: there will be snacks provided by Fat Cat Bar & Grill and libations from Alibi Ale Works.


Tickets available online at

$10 advance/$12 door


Afterparty at Alibi Ale Works’ Truckee Public House!


Directed by Robb Gaffney; Written and edited by Scott Gaffney; Produced by Sierra Watch with the help of the Squaw-skiing and Tahoe-loving community!

Other notes:

If you are unable to attend the September Premiere, stay tuned for future announcements on showings in select venues across Northern California and Western Nevada. Get on our email list to stay up to date on all things Keep Squaw True by signing the pledge!

All Crowdrise donors at the $50 or above level: please respond to Sierra Watch Field Representative, Chase Schweitzer to reserve your ticket(s) if you have not done so yet. If you cannot attend this showing, we will honor your reserved ticket(s) at later showings!

Free parking in Downtown Truckee after 6:00 p.m.

Handicap accessible event; please contact Chase for accommodations.