wFF presents: year-round Community Screenings

In addition to our annual Festival, our WFF Presents monthly series offers diverse and entertaining films for the community throughout the year. We have screened films at the Appleton Event Lounge, Fox Theater, Green Valley Cinemas, Second St. Café, city parks, community centers & churches.


Nov. 8 at Appleton Event Center

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Abundant Land is a one-hour documentary about a Hawaiian community on Moloka’i opposing the biotech industry’s use of the island to test genetically engineered seeds. Agrochemical biotech corporations are depleting Moloka’i’s topsoil and fresh water while contributing to dust storms that spread pesticides into the ocean and surrounding communities. 

Follow several dedicated residents who seek transparency about the agrochemical testing being done on their island, and their ensuing efforts to heal and repair it. From initial grassroots efforts that give rise to organized actions, Moloka’i residents learn to use permaculture techniques based on ancient Hawaiian farming practices. 

Special Guests: Post-film conversation with Director Natasha Florentino, and Dr. Ann López, Center for Farmworker Families.

Just Added! Local musician Michelle Kiba “The Ukelele Lady,” will perform at 7PM, prior to the film.

Thursday, November 8 at 7PM. Free ($8 donation suggested). Doors open at 6:30PM. Appleton Event Center, 410 Rodriguez St. downtown Watsonville.

•Major funding provided by the Harbourton Foundation•

Co-sponsor: Pájaro Valley Community Health Trust. Venue Sponsor: Appleton Event Center.

WFF Previous Year-Round Film Screenings

(To view Annual Film Festival Screenings, click here)