Autie Carlisle


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at Mount Shasta Cinemas
February 8 & 22, 2022

A profile documentary series about locals in Siskiyou County. 

February 8, 7:30-9:30pm

Rich Edwards— a window artist, painting in Mt. Shasta since the 80s
James Cannon— video librarian and owner of Couch Critics video store
Peter Mt. Shasta— a spiritual pillar, author, and man named after the mountain
John 'Scruff' Case— president of the Eagles Lodge and avid gold panner
Bev Wilson Hoffman— a shepherd of crystals and 'minder of the universe'
Jim Chambers— a model train builder and collector of decades past
The Travelers— summer vans, buses, hippies, and drummers of Mt. Shasta City Park

February 22, 7:30-9:30pm

Scott & Dianna Betton— a love story of a poet and musician in an octagonal home
Katie 'Mambo' Heflin— a gypsy tarot reader and her escape from Hollywood
Ross Sanders— a third generation logger tells of his near death experiences
Joyce Oliver— a no-nonsense doer of a woman and owner of the Weed Mercantile
The Skizers— first hand stories: the old Ski Bowl, Snowman's Hill, the current Ski Park 

at Mount Shasta Cinemas
118 Morgan Way, Mount Shasta, CA 96067

Tickets: $10 (suggested donation)
Cash in person, Venmo:@autie-carlisle, or PayPal

This series has been funded out of pocket by Autie Carlisle as a gift to the city where she grew up.
Any additional donations are welcome and will be used to complete the rest of the Shasta Stories series by late spring.



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NEW episodes

Will be premiered as part of the

FLiXX Fest Film Festival
(Avery Theater, Etna, California)
Sunday, March 20th, 2022 at 1PM 
More info to come.