Join us for Seattle’s premiere screening of our short film, “Hear Our Olympics,” followed by a discussion panel moderated by Seattle Times environmental reporter Lynda Mapes!
Come explore the incredible soundscape of Olympic National Park in our new short film, “Hear Our Olympics.” Following the film, a panel will discuss their experiences in the park and how noise intrusions have impacted them. You will hear from:
- Lynda Mapes, Seattle Times Environmental Reporter
- Filmmaker Matt Mikkelson of Spruce Tone Films
- Dave Youngberg, a Navy veteran featured in the film
- Rob Smith, NPCA Northwest Director
About the Film: The wild Olympic Peninsula is like nowhere else. It has been recognized as a national park, a wilderness area, an International Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site, and the quietest space in the lower 48. Yet, the park’s rare and distinctive soundscape is threatened by new and unnatural noises: Navy electronic warfare training by jet in the skies over the park. “Hear Our Olympics” examines this threat and the challenges it poses to the park’s soundscape as well as to U.S. military veterans.
WHAT: “Hear Our Olympics” film screening and panel, moderated by Seattle Times environmental reporter Lynda Mapes**
WHEN: Tuesday, March 27, 2018, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Film begins promptly at 5:45.
WHERE: Central Cinema, 1411 21st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122
WHO: You, Lynda Mapes, NPCA, military veterans and the makers of the film
CONTACT or RSVP: RSVP on Eventbrite required.
Direct any and all questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you at the show!