Fourth Annual Environmental Film Festival and Environmental Activist Awards

Friday, April 23, 2010 - 23:30 to Sunday, April 25, 2010 - 02:30

See the Change Be the Change:
4th Annual Environmental Film Festival and Environmental Activist Awards
Royal Saskatchewan Museum Theatre, Regina

Friday, April 23rd at 7:30 pm - Film Screenings

The Story of Stuff (20 min.)
The Story of Cap and Trade (10 min.)
The Story of Bottled Water (8 min.)

8:15 pm - Environmental Activist Awards Ceremony

Regina's SEN Environmental Activist Awards will be presented by Lynn Hainsworth, Executive Director of Saskatchewan Eco-Network to the Campbell Collegiate Environmental Club, Catherine Verrall, Paule Hjertaas and Jim Harding.
Discussion to follow. Free Admission. Fair Trade coffee will be served.

Saturday, April 24th, 7:30 pm - Film Screenings

Refugees of the Blue Planet (54 min.)
Taking Back Control of Our Food (46 min.)

Free Admission. Toonie concession available featuring Fair Trade coffee, popcorn and pop.
Sponsored by: RSM Associates, Saskatchewan EcoNetwork, Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation, Food Secure Saskatchewan and the Education for Sustainable Development Network.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum
2445 Albert St.
Regina
Canada
50° 26' 20.1552" N, 104° 37' 4.9044" W
CA

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