Appalachia 2050 Film at the Clifton Center February 7th
The Clifton Center, located at 2117 Payne Street in Louisville, proudly presents the premiere film screening of Appalachia 2050 on Friday, February 7th. This event is part of the Jefferson County Chapter of KFTC's "I Love Mountains Week" celebration and the suggested donation is a mere $5 per person. The film will show from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., and will be followed by a Q and A segment regarding Eastern Kentucky and the actions being taken to improve the standards of living for Kentucky’s Appalachian residents.
Appalachia 2050 is a documentary film by Ralph Davis, a former resident of the Appalachia. It features interviews with Eastern Kentuckians who have suffered the affects of coal mining practices. This film has been recognized as an innovative look into the world and the residents of Eastern Kentucky. Those that take this opportunity will be awed by the often overlooked beauty surrounding our Eastern neighbors.
Celebrate "I Love Mountains Week" with the Clifton Center on Friday with the premiere film screening of Appalachia 2050. The premier will begin at 7:00 p.m. with Q and A to follow and the suggested donation is $5. Celebrate the beauty of Eastern Kentucky as the residents strive to make significant improvements to their surroundings.
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