2007 Oct 26
EASTPORT The film "Incident at Pulpit Rock," which honours the beauty and magic of Mill Cove, the proposed site for an LNG terminal, will be shown at the Eastport Arts Centre Saturday starting at [7PM ET / 8PM AT].
Producer/film maker Louisa Suta, who now lives in California, visited her childhood home in Robbinston, Me., in 2005, and felt compelled to make a movie honouring Mill Cove, site of the awesome and majestic Pulpit Rock.
Incident at Pulpit Rock was inspired by her childhood experiences memories of riding her pony along the beach at Pulpit [Rock], playing on and in the rock formations of Mill Cove, picnics, walks, and conversation.
Save Passamaquoddy Bay (SPB) feels all this magic should be preserved and protected and questions how all this beauty, joy, and wonderment can be lost to future generations.
There is free admission to the movie but donations to SPB will be gratefullyaccepted.
© 2007 Advocate Media
Article republished on Save Passamaquoddy Bay website with permission.
The Saint Croix Courier, St. Stephen, NB