A series of mind-expanding films, music, and conversations about cannabis

CANNA-PASS:

Access to all CANNABIS CULTURE events listed below, plus a private reception for program guests and a live music show at Sweetwater Music Hall to close the day out on a celebratory note!

Canna-Passes will available for will call pick up only on October 8 from 10:00am at the MVFF Box Office (MV Chamber of Commerce, 85 Throckmorton Ave.)

CANNABIS CULTURE EVENTS:

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WOODSTOCK

Come celebrate MVFF’s 40th anniversary with this special screening of Woodstock, which screened at MVFF’s inaugural festival in 1978 in tribute to cinematographer David Myers. Innocent, hopeful, and groovy, Woodstock instantly obliterated everyone’s expectations, and this intimate, epic documentary became a cultural and cinematic touchstone. Be there. US 1971, 220 min. Director Michael Wadleigh

Saturday, Oct. 7
6:00 pm  |  Century Cinema, Corte Madera

CANNABIS CULTURE: THE NEW ENTREPRENEUR  |  PANEL

As marijuana has become legal in eight states this year, the cannabis industry has been booming, with a slew of entrepreneurs stepping into the breach—and women playing a major role in this new cannabis culture. In this panel discussion preceding the world premiere of MARY JANES: WOMEN OF WEED, we will take a look at the many opportunities the industry provides and celebrate the parity these women are working to achieve.

INVITED GUESTS:
WINDY BORMAN, Executive Producer/Director, MARY JANES: THE WOMEN OF WEED
NINA PARKS, CEO, Mirage Medicinal; Co-founder, Supernova Women AMANDA REIMAN, VP of Community Relations, Flow Kana
ADRIAN SEDLIN, CEO Canndescent
MODERATOR: DAVID DOWNS, Cannabis Editor, San Francisco Chronicle

SUNDAY, OCT. 8
3:00pm  |  Sweetwater, Mill Valley

FREE – TICKET REQUIRED

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PRIVATE RECEPTION  |  CANNA-PASS HOLDERS ONLY

SUNDAY, OCT. 8
4:20 pm  |  Sweetwater Music Hall & Café

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MARY JANES: THE WOMEN OF WEED

From farms to labs to dispensaries and beyond, this fascinating and immersive documentary sheds light on the female researchers and entrepreneurs blazing a trail in today’s legalized marijuana industry. In her meetings with scientists, activists, and other proud tokespeople, filmmaker Windy Borman explores how cannabis is not only an industry, but also a movement of dedicated, pioneering “PuffragettesTM”. US 2017, 85 min. Director Windy Borman

Sunday, Oct. 8
6:00 pm  |  CinéArts Sequoia

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WAILING SOULS  |  MVFF MUSIC AT SWEETWATER MUSIC HALL

Jamaican reggae legends The Wailing Souls have been spreading their message of One Love since the 1960s. Along the way they’ve earned several Grammy® nominations and played for thousands of people around the world. On October 8, they cap off MVFF’s Focus on Cannabis Culture day with their first stop at the Sweetwater Music Hall.

SUNDAY, OCT. 8
Sweetwater Music Hall
Doors open 7:00pm   |  Show starts 8:00pm
Tickets $22 Advance  |  $27 Day of show


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