Nakoma invites you to a special screening and discussion with the co-producer of Kharma Bums, a visually stunning adventure documentary film capturing a 130-mile journey down the Ganges River on stand-up paddle boards.
Nakoma’s special guest is Ryan Salm, a Tahoe-based adventure photographer. Along with appearing in and co-producing Kharma Bums, Ryan’s photography from around the Lost Sierra is displayed in Altitude. Ryan will present photography from the Sierra and around the globe, followed by a screening of Kharma Bums. After the film Ryan will host a Q&A session.
What: Screening of Kharma Bums followed by Q&A with Ryan Salm, co-producer
When: Saturday, Feb. 24 6:30-9PM
Where: Altitude at Nakoma Resort
Nakoma will host light appetizers at the Altitude Bar+Bistro, with the film screening in the Altitude Theater.
Please RSVP for Kharma Bums with the form on this page.
ABOUT KHARMA BUMS
Kharma Bums follows the spiritual journey of four friends from California as they embark on an epic 130-mile adventure on stand-up paddle boards down the Ganges River, the most revered and potentially most polluted river on the planet. The documentary follows them from largest gathering of human beings ever recorded known as the Kumbh Mela, some 130 miles down the Ganges to the holy city of Varanasi. Their quest to discover purity amongst pollution is a true test of will, patience, and perseverance.
Learn more about Ryan Salm here. See Kharma Bum’s IMDB profile here.
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