Healdsburg Flix Mix

Proudly Presents

Goodby Gauley Mountain - An Ecosexual Love Story

A Film By

Beth Stephens
Annie Sprinkle


Join us for a Post-Screening Q/A with Annie and Beth

Friday and Saturday Evening

Beth Stephens

Beth Stephens

Annie Sprinkle

Annie Sprinkle

At the Paul Mahder Gallery - 222 Healdsburg Avenue - Healdsburg, California

Friday and Saturday December 9th and 10th at 8pm / Door Open at 7pm

Complimentary Refreshments - Regional wines, Cheeses and Seasonal Fruits


(online or at the door)

Doors Open at 7pm
Join Us Both Evenings in the
Gallery and Moss Zone Sculpture Garden


The Moss Zone Sculpture Garden at the Paul Mahder Gallery

The Moss Zone Sculpture Garden at the Paul Mahder Gallery

Art Professor Beth Stephens and Performance Artist Annie Sprinkle, two Ecosexuals in love, raise Performance Art hell in West Virginia to help save the region from mountaintop removal (MTR), a severe and destructive mining technique. This film chronicles their love, activism, and struggle to save their beloved home place, climaxing with an ecosexual wedding to the Appalachian Mountains.


“Goodbye Gauley Mountain” is the most captivating Environmental Documentary of the year.”—Greg Archer, Huffington Post



Goodbye Gauley Mountain Website

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Click on the Images to see the results of MTR

Click on the Image below for a Beth and Annie Ecosexual Marriage Slideshow!!