I am really excited to announce I am hosting another night at the Vancouver Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) on Saturday February 11th.

Tickets available here

Last year the night was a huge success and sold out well in advance of the night. We were able to show the Premiere of the environmental film The Last Stand For Lelu (which you can now watch in full here), and the Canadian Premiere of the film The Gold of Bengal (which went on to win best adventure film at the festival).

The theme is the same this year ” The Change I Want To See” but we have a new powerful lineup. This time around it seems even more topical with all of the films and speakers focusing on the alternatives to the fossil fuel industry and the messaging we have been hearing recently from Donald Trump. If you have grown frustrated recently with everything happening in America then this night is designed to offer you some hope.

February 11th 2016 @ 7:30pm (doors at 7:00pm)

The Cinematheque Theatre, Vancouver

Tickets available here

Speakers

Lynne Quarmby

LynneQuarmby2_557x400.jpg

Lynne will speak to the struggles of sustained and effective individual engagement in climate justice activism. How do we stay positive? Where should we put our efforts?

David Lavallee

IMG_6320_600x400.jpgDavid has directed multiple award winning documentaries. He will talk about how he hopes the films will bring a much needed sanity to not only the energy debate, but the struggle for an economic paradigm that actually makes sense.

 

 

Films

To The Ends Of The Earth

The rise of extreme energy, the end of economic growth, a new way forward.

Kokota: An Island Of Hope

Our ability to adapt is only limited by our ability to learn.

 

Please help share the night and if you are available come along and listen to what some inspiring people are doing to create the change they want to see.

 

February 11th 2016 @ 7:30pm (doors at 7:00pm)

The Cinematheque Theatre, Vancouver

Tickets available here

 

Related posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *