After some time off, NEPADOC has another string of upcoming screenings between now and the end of April. If you are interested in checking out the film, here’s where it will be:

Further details about each date will be posted to closer to each screening. We may still add a few other April dates, so be sure to keep an eye on our website and Facebook page. As always, screenings are free and open to the public with a Q&A afterwards (donations will be accepted at some screenings to fundraise for local arts, educational, and/or environmental causes). We also have additional screenings lined up into the summer and fall, and we’ll announce those dates in a future email. If you are still hoping to see NEPADOC at a venue near you, be sure to let us know!

NEPADOC is the acclaimed feature-length documentary about intersections of environment, industry, and identity in Northeastern Pennsylvania over the past 300 years. Inspired by non-verbal documentary film landmarks such as Koyaanisqatsi and Baraka, NEPADOC blends 4K cinematography, local historical footage, and a sweeping score into a dizzying and contemplative meditation on culture, place, and public memory.


We had a great time participating in a couple of the Anthracite Heritage Mining Month activities in January and appreciate everyone who braved the cold to venture out for one of our screenings during a busy month! Here’s a nice write-up about the screening in Sayre, if you are interested.

As always, we appreciate all your support for this film and for independent cinema – we hope to see you at a screening sometime soon!