Water film showing set
Last Call At the Oasis, a documentary by the Oscar winning Participant Media (Waiting for “Superman,” Charlie Wilson’s War) will be shown in Reno on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Century Riverside theater.
The movie is a look at water policies in an era when corporations like Goldman Sachs are trying to make water a privately owned commodity.
The Washington Post described Oasis as a movie that “represents nonfiction filmmaking at its most urgent, timely and stylistically smooth. … Beginning in Nevada (now the go-to geographic metaphor for American profligacy and greed), Last Call at the Oasis delivers the alarming news that if [Las Vegas] continues to irrigate its dancing fountains and casino tourists at current rates, the nearby Lake Mead will be depleted, rendering the Hoover Dam unable to generate electricity in four years.”
Additional information and advance tickets can be obtained at http://tinyurl.com/8zx2syw