Trickle Down Town - Complete Film now on YouTube. Original release: October 2018, Run time: 112 min. ©2019 Tomasz Biernacki - All rights reserved. No part of this content may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means without permission. To share this video, please share “www.pechara.com” or contact Tomasz Biernacki for permission to use the film in any other delivery format or online outlet.

Synopsis: Tomasz Biernacki’s thought-provoking documentary about the homeless crisis in Seattle. Deftly interweaving in-depth stories of community members who are living the crisis on the streets with interviews of political leaders and community advocates, vivid images of the current state of affairs and a poignant examination of the roots of homelessness in the region, Biernacki paints a picture of a city struggling to come to grips with an unprecedented emergency, and finds a few glimmers of hope. Film Trailer is available on youtube


Thank you to the following groups for hosting public showings of ‘Trickle Down Town’
October 21st 2018 - Historic Admiral Theater in West Seattle Premiere night - “Sold out”
November 3rd 2018 - West Seattle Meaningful Movies - Record turnout
November 15th 2018 - Housing Resources Bainbridge Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Council Chambers at City Hall on Bainbridge
December 2nd 2018 - SIFF Film Center - Screening sponsored by Real Change News
December 3rd 2018 - Renton Meaningful Movies
December 14th 2018 - Puget Ridge Cohousing in West Seattle
December 19th and 20st 2018 - Escala Seattle - Downtown
December 27th 2018 - Sustainable Cinema at the Dragonfly Cinema in Port Orchard
January 4th 2019 - Wallingford Meaningful Movies in Seattle
January 8th 2019 - Beacon Hill Meaningful Movies in Seattle
January 25th 2019 - Life Justice and Peace Group, Burien WA
January 30th 2019 - King County Council with the UW Law, Societies and Justice Department at the Ethnic Cultural Theatre, Seattle
February 20th 2019 - Seattle Central College, Humanities department screening
February 21st 2019 - White Center Community Development Association
February 24th 2019 - Fauntleroy Church UCC in West Seattle
February 27th 2019 - The dock: Centre for Social Impact, Victoria, BC
February 28th 2019 - Ark Lodge Cinemas Seattle, WA - fundraiser for tiny homes at Camp Second Chance
March 2nd 2019 - East Shore Unitarian Church Bellevue, WA
March 7th 2019 - Private screening at Senior Housing Alliance Group, Arrowhead Gardens West Seattle
March 11th 2019 - Port Townsend Meaningful Movies, Port Townsend,WA
March 22nd 2019 - The Northwest School , Seattle WA - private screening for student body
March 22nd 2019 - Nordstrom Corporate offices, Seattle WA - private screening
March 25th 2019 - Kavana Cooperative in Seattle
March 28th 2019 - Burien Library, Burien, WA - Hosted by Council Member Marx
March 29th 2019 - Tacoma Meaningful Movies
April 3rd 2019 - Renton Library, Renton, WA
April 12th 2019 - Wedgwood Meaningful Movies - Seattle WA
April 12th 2019 - Maltby Meaningful Movies - Snohomish, WA
April 14th 2019 - TIbbetts United Methodist Church - West Seattle, WA
April 19th 2019 - University of Washington School of Dentistry
April 25th 2019 - Mt. Baker Neighborhood Meaningful Movies Project
May 10th 2019 - Woodinville Meaningful Movies
May 13th 2019 - Seattle City Hall - Hosted by SEqual
May 15th 2019 - Seattle University, Seattle WA
May 19th 2019 - North Urban Human Services Alliance, Shoreline WA
May 22nd 2019 - American Institute of Architects Committee on Homelessness (COHO), Seattle WA
June 7th 2019 - Free-Range Films, Suquamish WA
July 2nd 2019 - St.James Cathedral Housing Advocacy Committee, Seattle WA
July 28th 2019 - 2019 STIFF Film Festival in Seattle - Official Selection
August 9th 2019 - Gig Harbor Meaningful Movies


Bonus: Extra interview not used in the final version of film. (Early edit)

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