is a fascinating look into the perils facing wild Alaskan salmon, once an abundant species that suffered from overfishing in the mid-20th century and is now under federal management. Filmmaker Mark Titus explores the history and still-tenuous relationship between salmon and human beings. This weekend, Titus appears in person to present the film for the inaugural Wild Perspectives
event in Napa Valley. After the screening, Titus leads a discussion, followed by a salmon soiree, featuring fine wine, craft beer and salmon prepared by specialty purveyor La Saison. The Breach screens on Sunday, Aug. 14, at Cameo Cinemas, 1340 Main St., St. Helena. 2:30pm. $100. 707.963.9779.
The 2015 documentary