Free Screening of "THIRTY SECONDS To MIDNIGHT: The Final Wake Up Call" with Director Regis Tremblay

2 Jun 2017 - 19:15

Topanga CA

You Are Invited To a Free Screening of:

The Final Wake Up Call”
Director Regis Tremblay Will Do a Q&A and Discussion

Friday, June 2nd – 7:15 PM
At The Topanga Library – 122 North Topanga Canyon Blvd, Topanga – 2nd Floor Meeting Room
Contact Julie Levine: 310-455-9389  – 310-463-3016
Venue is Accessible – Begins at 7:15 PM with Veggie Snack Potluck
Hosted by The Topanga Peace Alliance

For More Information or to RSVP Contact Frank Dorrel:
310-838-8131 or:

“Thirty Seconds To Midnight: The Final Wake Up Call” – is an important new film by Regis Tremblay. All the screenings are free & open to the public, though contributions in support of the filmmaker will be appreciated. Tremblay states what few others dare to say. Humanity is on the brink of extinction! Nuclear power is not safe. 48 of America’s nuclear power plants are leaking & there is no way to get rid of nuclear waste. America’s reckless provocations of both Russia and China, two nuclear-armed countries, risk a nuclear holocaust from which no one survives. Climate change and global warming, if not mitigated immediately, will end the human experiment on earth sooner rather than later. A shocking documentary that traces the origins of U.S. genocides, military interventions & wars from the 15th century when the white, colonial explorers first came to the Americas to the very present. American Exceptionalism, Manifest Destiny & the right to claim the earth & its resources as their own are the beliefs that are the foundation of American foreign policy in the 21st Century that has humanity on the brink of extinction. Dr. Helen Caldicott, Ray McGovern, Chris Hedges, Ann Wright, Peter Kuznick, Bill McKibben, Bruce Gagnon & other activists, scholars & authors are in this film & explain & clarify the crisis & threats to life on the planet.

Tremblay also directed: “The Ghosts of Jeju” –
A shocking documentary about the struggle of the people of Jeju Island, S. Korea. Set in the context of the American presence in Korea after World War II, the film reveals horrible atrocities at the hands of the U.S. Military Government of Korea.


Translate »