Produced by Patagonia, this is a film about a village seeking justice in the face of climate disaster. Built on a delta at the edge of the Bering Sea, the tiny Yup’ik village of Newtok, Alaska, has been dealing with melting permafrost, river erosion and decaying infrastructure for decades. Given this, the 360 Yup’ik residents must relocate their entire village to stable ground upriver, making them some of America’s first climate-change refugees. Director Andrew Burton will be present for Q&A. All ticket proceeds donated to the cause.