The much-anticipated film Kadoma will debut in Ashland on Thursday, June 23rd starting at 8:00PM at Ashland Greenhouses. Local filmmakers, Chris Korbulic, 24, of Rogue River, Ore., and Ben Stookesberry, 32, of Mount Shasta, Calif., share their terrifying and true story of unmatched adventure that resulted in the tragic death of their kayak guide. The Ashland premier of Kadoma will benefit the local filmmaker’s good friend and fellow kayaker, Matt Thomas, who was paralyzed while mountain biking in Southern Oregon almost 2 years ago.
Korbulic and Stookesberry appeared at Jackson County Library Foundation’s Southern Oregon Arts and Lecture Series this past April to tell their story and share pictures. They left with the promise to return with a feature film documenting their adventures. Kodoma’s world premiere took place at the Mountainfilm: The Festival in Telluride, Colo. over Memorial Day weekend. “Nothing can replace personal experience and the stories that come from expeditions to remote, but still affected places,” says Korbulic.
Join us to support Matt in his journey to recovery and meet the filmmakers, Ben and Chris. We’ll also have raffles and beer, plus one of the best views in Ashland!
What: Premiere of Kadoma to benefit the Matt Thomas Recovery Fund ($5 donation at door)
When: Thursday, June 23rd starting at 8:00pm (film will begin at sunset)
Where: Ashland Greenhouses – 650 East Ashland Lane – Ashland, OR 97520
Info: DesireeW@live.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
**If you’re unable to attend and would like to make a monetary donation or donate a raffle item, please contact DesireeW@live.com for details.**