Surf the Ganges: A quest for purity amongst pollution Film Screening
Photographer, cinematographer, and photo journalist
Doors open at 6.00 p.m.
Program begins at 7.00 p.m.
Venue: U.S. Forest Service Auditorium, Mammoth Lakes Visitor Center
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Admission includes one beverage of your choice.
Bring your own cup or mug, or purchase an $8 ESIA stainless steel mug onsite.
The spiritual journey of four friends from California as they embark on an epic adventure down the Ganges River, the most revered and potentially most polluted river on the planet. The documentary follows them from the largest gathering of human beings ever recorded known as the Kumbh Mela, some 140 miles down river to the holy city of Varanasi. Their quest to discover purity amongst pollution is a true test of will, patience, and perseverance.
Ryan Salm’s award-winning work spans across genre lines from commercial to editorial to architectural. His ability to capture, document and illuminate virtually any subject has led him across the globe working for a wide variety of clientele. Ryan takes no moment for granted and has photographed some of the world’s most distant and awe-inspiring events. His photographic work can be seen anywhere beautiful imagery exists. He is available for assignments, projects and shoots with an open artistic mind.
@ryansalmphotography / www.ryansalmphotography.com