ROCKLIN, Feb. 14, 2012 - The Sierra College Nevada County Campus Film/Lecture Series and the Coalition for a Drug Free Nevada County, "CORR", present the 2010 American Independent drama film, A Winter's Bone, on Tuesday, February 28, 2012, from 7-9pm in Room N12-103, in the Multipurpose Center, located at 250 Sierra College Drive, Grass Valley, CA. Doors open at 6pm. Please join us early for a meet and greet with local resources.
Because of the rating of this film and subject matter, this presentation and discussion is limited to ages 17 and above. Admission is free; however a tax-deductible donation of $5 per ticket at the door is suggested.
The film Winter's Bone is an adaptation of Daniel Woodrell's 2006 novel of the same name. Written and directed by Debra Granik, it is a 2010 Sundance Film Festival winner, and was nominated for an Academy Award in 2011.
The presentation of this film is intended to encourage dialogue about the effects of drug use in small town communities and compare related issues facing residents of Nevada County, while exploring local resources related to drug use recovery.
Presentations will be made at the end of the film with representatives from CORR, Sierra College Administration of Justice Department, Progress House and local law enforcement officers. Sierra College students will also share personal experiences with addiction and recovery.
There is a $2 parking fee on campus. Permits can be purchased at the kiosk machine at the campus entrance.
For more information about this presentation and other presentations and events at the Sierra College Nevada County Campus check out our website at www.sierracollege.edu.
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