EUREKA, CA (Dec 29, 2021) – The Humboldt Grace Fire Recovery Project, in partnership with the Ink People and Synapsis, is hosting the premier private screenings of the documentary film Trim: Women in Cannabis at the Minor Theater in Arcata, CA, on Saturday, Jan 29 and Sunday, Jan 30*.
Trim is the sequel to director Adam Ross’s award-winning documentary, Cash Crop, eight years Netflix hit.
Trim amplifies women’s voices in the cannabis industry, from growers to entrepreneurs and activists of all ages in a cinematic voyage from 2007-2022, including local cultivator, activist, and KMUD host, Sunshine Cereceda.
Ross is generously donating the profits from these premier private screening events to The Humboldt Grace Fire Recovery Project. “I lost my home to California wildfires in 2018, so I personally understand the hardship and support needed to rebuild,” says Ross.
The screenings, online auction, or donations are great opportunities to support local families and the cannabis community during this holiday season.
*Covid Precautions: Theater at 50% capacity, masks required, proof of vaccination and /or negative test within 48 hours, and temperatures checked on entry.
Run Time: 93 minutes
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For more information on Humboldt Grace, interview requests, and the movie screenings: https://humboldtgrace.org/trim-women-in-cannabis/
Cara Cordoni is a writer, life coach and president of Minerva Minded, a social purpose tech start up based in the Emerald Triangle of Northern California.