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Documentary: Libby, Montana
Sunday, November 14, 2004 - 7:00pm
Portland State's Millar Library's Artists and Writers Series will
partner with Livable Places, an environmental nonprofit organization, to screen the High Plains Films' documentary, Libby, Montana. The film will be shown as part of the Portland International Nature & Environmental Film Festival (PINE), at Portland State's Fifth Avenue Cinema.

Libby, Montana is the story of a town where hundreds of people are sick or have already died from asbestos exposure and the company responsible for the toxic mess leaves town and declares bankruptcy. A small group of citizens comes together to fight for their town and find themselves at odds with local politicians and an international corporation. Libby, Montana is a journey into the world of a hard-working, blue-collar community that exemplifies the American Dream gone horribly wrong.

Saturday, November 13, 2004, 4 p.m.
Sunday, November 14, 2004, 7 p.m.

Portland State University's Fifth Avenue Cinema (525 S.W. Hall)

General Admission - $5; Students - $4

For more information, contact Kimberly Willson-St. Clair at

"Livable Place" is a nonprofit organization based in Portland,
Oregon. Its mission is to promote vibrant communities by restoring endemic biodiversity and reducing pollution and the suite of diseases that accompany pollution. The PINE Film Festival is an awareness project organized by Livable Place.

"High Plains Films" is a non-profit documentary media production company specializing in environmental, wildlife and natural resource issues. For more information about Libby, Montana visit