Quake Heroes: Inspiring Action through Cinematic Storytelling

Monday, November 6, 8:00pm – 9:00pm

Quake Heroes: Inspiring Action through Cinematic Storytelling

Quake Heroes is a unique blend of Hollywood storytelling and real-life heroism, designed to inspire individual and community resilience in the face of natural disasters. Based on true stories from America's costliest earthquake, this film is more than just a captivating narrative — it's a strategic tool for emergency managers to engage their communities. For example, screenings of the film are being followed immediately by comprehensive preparedness fairs where attendees immediately take action (e.g. sign up for alerts and training opportunities, purchase supplies, and learn life-saving skills). The overall concept is ready to adapt for a variety of hazards, including hurricanes, wildfires, etc.

Attend our screening to learn how a similar project could amplify your message and inspire action in your community - just as Quake Heroes will do as a key component of the Northridge Earthquake 30th anniversary campaign in 2024.

Created by the Southern California Earthquake Center and RomaScope, Inc.
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For any questions contact the IAEM Conference Director, Julie Husk at jhusk@iaem.com or 703-538-1795 x 1789.
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Dates and Locations of Future IAEM Annual Conferences:

 Nov. 3-9, 2023*
 Long Beach, California

 Nov. 14 – 21, 2024*
 Colorado Springs, CO

*The core program dates are Sunday-Wednesday, with additional Friday-Saturday and Thursday-Friday pre- and post-conference training and other options.

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