TRANS PECOS Film Premieres

Dear Friends.. 
We’re very proud to present the premiere of

TRANS PECOS
The Story of Stolen Land and the
Loss of America’s Last Frontier

Sunday, February 23rd
at the Stateside Theater
in Austin, TX
*** Sold Out***
Doors @ 4:00 PM | Screening @ 5:00 PM
Panel discussion to include: 
Renea Hicks, Attorney
Coyne Gibson, Big Bend Conservation Alliance
Jessica Karlsruher, TREAD Coalition
Nicol Ragland, TRANS PECOS Director
Moderated by Jim Bradbury, eminent domain attorney

Tuesday, February 25th
at SRSU, Academic Computer Resources Building, Room 204
in Alpine, TX
Doors @ 5:30 pm | Screening @ 6:00 p.m
Panel discussion to include: 
Nicol Ragland, TRANS PECOS Director
J.D. Newsom, BBCA Executive Director
David Keller, Archeologist

Friday, February 28th
at the Crowley Theater
in Marfa, TX
Doors @ 5:00 PM | Screening @ 6:00 PM
Panel discussion to include: 
Nicol Ragland, TRANS PECOS Director
Coyne Gibson, Volunteer – Big Bend Conservation Alliance
Trey Gerfers, Former President – Big Bend Conservation Alliance 

This documentary sets out to uncover the truth of the controversial Trans Pecos Pipeline while creating a poetic portrait of Far West Texas and the American people whose lives and land the pipeline has affected. The story is woven of a diverse fabric of an insider, landowners, concerned citizens of different colors, classes and creeds – some of which come from the oil and gas industry itself.

TRANS PECOS is a story about the unexpected bipartisan alliances that occur when companies place private gain before public good.

The grassroots support behind TRANS PECOS attempts to find common ground in a way that strengthens citizen engagement and civic bridges. It is a story of how one natural gas pipeline in Far West Texas can act as a conduit of change between informed citizens and those in power as the future of natural resources and energy is decided.