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Celebration of the Tremplin Filmmaking Competition

Wednesday, September 22, 2010 - 2:00pm


NFB Mediatheque
150 John St. (at Richmond St. W)
Toronto, ON M5V 3C3
Phone: 416.973.3012
43° 38' 57.9264" N, 79° 23' 27.1716" W

All films screened in French with English subtitles.

Mon père, le roi (My Father, the King)

In relating a son's harrowing memories, My Father, the King, tells the story of the reconciliation of a family that fell victim to a father's religious fanaticism, and a mother's desperate tenacity.

Chœur d'une culture (Together in Harmony)

This film shows that French outside Quebec doesn't necessarily have a bleak future, as the Chorale Saint-Jean from Edmonton is invited to take part in festivities organized for Quebec City's 400th anniversary.

Habiter la danse (Inhabiting Dance)

Green Screens presents Worst Case Scenario

Wednesday, September 1, 2010 - 7:00pm


NFB Mediatheque
150 John St. (at Richmond St. W)
Toronto, ON M5V3C3
Phone: 416.973.3012
43° 38' 57.9264" N, 79° 23' 27.1716" W

Residents along the Clearwater River in Alberta, opposed to a proposed sour gas well, fear the impact a deadly hydrogen sulphide leak could have on their lives.

Preceded by CITIZEN Z

A flourishing neighbourhood group is threatened with evacuation from a Toronto Park on Christmas Eve.


Film Screening: Michel Perrin's Molakana: Sewing the World

Wednesday, September 22, 2010 - 6:30pm


Textile Museum of Canada
55 Centre Avenue
Toronto, ON M5G 2H1
Phone: 416-599-5321
43° 39' 17.3736" N, 79° 23' 13.2072" W

Film Screening: Michel Perrin's Molakana: Sewing the World

French ethnologist Michel Perrin saw a mola for the first time in 1975 and became enthralled.

Twenty-eight years later he made Molakana: Sewing the World, a film about molas and the Kuna people. Come see views of the San Blas Islands and bright scenes of molas being made in this homage to Kuna women and their artwork. Film length: 52 minutes.

Free for TMC Members and Full-time students, Non-members $10. Advance tickets may be purchased in person at the TMC's front desk. Please arrive early, seating is limited.

Sierra Club film fundraiser

Tuesday, July 20, 2010 - 11:32am


Dalhousie Student Union Building - Rm 224
6136 University Avenue
Phone: 902-444-3113
44° 38' 13.8516" N, 63° 35' 19.7772" W


Sierra Club presents: Blue Gold a film screening fundraiser

On Tuesday, July 20th, the Atlantic Chapter of Sierra Club Canada will be hosting a film screening fundraiser to support its upcoming conference on water conservation. The conference, part of a national campaign, provides grassroots groups, community leaders and municipal staff with tools and resources to achieve sustainable water conservation practices. To cover the costs of the conference, the Atlantic Chapter will be showing Blue Gold: World Water Wars.

Trans Film Night: "PRINCESA"

Thursday, June 17, 2010 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm


The Centre for Women and Trans People UT
563 Spadina Ave.
Toronto M5S 2J7
Phone: 416-978-8201
Fax: 416 978 1078
43° 39' 35.8488" N, 79° 24' 1.0368" W

Trans Film Night: "Princesa"

==> Free Film, Free Snacks, Free Talk!

** The Pride Week Edition: Our Pride is Political **
Gear up for Pride with this extraordinary film that showcases trans Pride, sex worker Pride, and celebrates complexity over limited identities.

Russia Today - online film library on World War II

War Witness - Russia Today films

including ....

Munich 1938

Hope and Hate

Surviving the Siege (of Leningrad)

Children of Stalingrad

Kursk - the burning bulge

Brest - anticipation of victory

Europe in the spring of 1945

FAll of Berlin

interviews with survivors and veterans


This may be some of the material from the Burt Lancaster narrated "The Unknown War" series. There is also a discussion forum (in which the typical ignorance of the Soviet role in the Pacific theatre of war, the critical defeat of the Japanese in Manchuria, and so on, is given a smack down) , etc etc. Very impressive for RT. Bravo.

Film: Memory & Memorialization - Remembering the Nakba

Thursday, May 13, 2010 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm


Beit Zatoun
612 Markham Street (right by Bathurst subway)
Phone: 647.726.9500
43° 39' 53.2584" N, 79° 24' 44.6868" W

Film: Memory & Memorialization - Remembering the Nakba

The screening of two short videos and a moderated discussion explores the basis of memory and the human need to memorialize.

The narrative surrounding the Nakba in 1948 remains central to Palestinians and their supporters. Despite criminalization inside Israel's borders by the Nakba Draft Law (February 2010), the commemoration of the Nakba is a reality -- independent of laws and media.

For many the Nakba references a specific history, for others it provokes questions of memory and personal loss, of collective loss and finally, the loss of truth or recorded reality. The filmmakers will be in attendance.

Stark Raven: Prison Justice

Deconstructing Psychiatry: Filmmaker and activist explore psychiatry's impact on their lives

April 28, 2010
| Cindy Lou Griffith and Irit Shimrat discuss the movement for self-determination amongst psychiatry patients.
Length: 31:10

PeaceFlicks! presents Fierce Light: When Spirit Meets Action

Tuesday, April 20, 2010 - 7:00pm


NFB Mediatheque
150 John St.
Toronto M5V 3C3
Phone: 416-973-3012
43° 38' 56.6736" N, 79° 23' 26.79" W

PeaceFlicks! presents



"Hugely engaging and visually magnificent." - Toronto Sun

Winner, NFB Most Popular Canadian Documentary Award,

Vancouver International Film Festival, 2008
Directed by Velcrow Ripper, 2008, 98 minutes.

Fueled by the belief that another world is possible, acclaimed filmmaker Velcrow Ripper takes us on a global journey, tracing spiritual activism's historical roots and capturing the powerful personalities that are igniting a new wave of spiritual action around the globe.

Trans Film Event: 'Kinky Boots'

Thursday, April 8, 2010 - 3:38pm


The Centre for Women and Trans People UofT
563 Spadina Ave. rm.100 North Borden Building
Toronto M5S 2J7
Phone: 416 978 8201
Fax: 416 978 1078
43° 39' 35.838" N, 79° 24' 1.0656" W

 Trans film event: 'Kinky Boots'  Free film! Free snacks! Free talk!

By "popular demand" The Trans Inclusion Group hosts a FREE screening of "Kinky Boots"

About the Night:

Are you feeling nice and airy from spring weather?
Are you looking for an excuse to procrastinate from school/exams?
Are you looking for candy and smiles?
Are you scared of what these cryptic questions may be asking?

. . . then plan to attend the next trans film night: the sugar, sweet and fluffy edition!
Join us to watch "Kinky Boots" - a comedy (gasp). Plan to show up, relax, and indulge in sweets (maybe even laugh a little). Simple.

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