Mayne Isle Movie Night: Spoil: A Documentary - Tue Aug 28

Tuesday, August 28, 7:30 PM at the Agricultural Hall

A powerful and visually stunning documentary on the Great Bear Rainforest by EP Films.

The 14-day expedition to the Great Bear Rainforest called upon 7 world-renowned photographers and 3 videographers to thoroughly document the region’s landscapes, wildlife, and culture of an area under potential environmental threat from the proposed Enbridge pipeline.

They created a documentary that tells the story of the threats facing the Great Bear Rainforest and the continued efforts of the First Nations communities and conservation groups to protect this wild landscape.

Awards
Best Environmental Film, Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival
Nominated for the Telluride Mountainfilm 2011 Moving Mountains Award
Best Long Film Award at the Coastal Film Festival judged by First Nation Youth
Merit Award for Musical Selection, Best of Craft, Best Photography, Best Environmental Film (Category Winner)at CINE 2011
Best Human Interest award, Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival 2011

2 short films will be shown before the feature with a discussion at the end.

Admission by donation.

Organized by concerned citizens of the Salish Sea

For further information please contact Helen O'Brian, heleno@rogers.com

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