Sunday, October 9th, 2022

 

SIFF Cinema Egyptian

805 East Pine Street, Seattle, WA, 98122

“Tipping the Pain Scale”, the newest film by the team that brought us “The Anonymous People.”

After its award-winning run at film festivals across the country, KCRC and WRA are honored to host one of the very first public screenings of Tipping The Pain Scale. Tipping The Pain Scale is an independent feature documentary film following individuals grappling with the current systemic failures of how we have dealt with addiction in communities, and their journey to develop and employ new, innovative, and often controversial solutions to the problem. It is a quasi-anthology, weaving characters through their own stories as they connect to the issues plaguing all communities and the country in an urgent fight to save lives.

The event will include community resource tables, local dignitaries (Rep. Lauren Davis, Ricky Garcia and Ricky’s mother, from Ricky’s Law) who are featured in the film joining us for a Panel Discussion/Q&A directly following the screening, and the opportunity to connect with your recovery community.

We are holding the screening at Seattle’s historic Egyptian Theater in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, close to many restaurants, coffee shops, bus lines, and the light rail.

Doors open: 11:00am

Film screens: 12:00pm

Panel Discussion directly following the film

King County requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test to enter this establishment. Masks must be worn at all times while indoors. For more information see https://www.siff.net/covid and https://kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19/current-guidance/verify.aspx

Tickets are $10. For need-based sliding scale discount, use code SLIDINGSCALE

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If you need any assistance with registration or logistics, please contact Annika@washingtonrecoveryalliance.org.