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Awareness Film Night is in hiatus as one would expect in these times of social distancing. But from time to time we will recommend interesting documentaries or other films that you might be able to access individually.

For starters check out the World Community Film Festival in early February.

This festival used to be held in Courtenay, B.C. and then travelled to other communities on Vancouver Island and the mainland but this year it has gone virtual (natch!).

A pass for an individual is a mere $45 ($25 for low income) and there are some great documentaries being screened such as “First We Eat: Food Security North of 60” by the same family doctor turned filmmaker (Suzanne Crocker) and featuring the same family, albeit a tad older, as we met in the film “All the Time in the World”. Other films of note are: “The Magnitude of All Things” directed by Jennifer Abbott (co-director of “The Corporation”), “Women of Earth”, “Gather” and “How We Grow”. Check out the trailers on the festival site.

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