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April 12, 2017 Farm and Film Gala – Co-presented with Sooke Region Food CHI

Featuring the film “Seed: the Untold Story”, farm-related vendors and non-profit groups in the theatre foyer, tea and goodies and gift baskets. 94% of the Earth’s seed diversity has disappeared. “Seed: The Untold Story” is a well-paced, up to date, beautifully filmed and comprehensive movie that details why this has happened, what it means for […]

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POSTPONED TO February 15, 2017 “Vaxxed: From CoverUp to Catastrophe”

In 2013 U.S. biologist Dr. Brian Hooker received a phone call from a Senior Scientist at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. William Thompson.  Dr. Thompson had led the agency’s study done in 2004 on Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine and its possible link to autism. In that phone call Dr. Thompson confessed […]

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January 11, 2017 “An Evening With Andrew Nikiforuk” plus “A Last Stand for Lelu”

                  Co-sponsored with Transition Sooke Author and journalist Andrew Nikiforuk has been writing about the oil and gas industry for over 2 decades.  His articles have appeared in a variety of Canadian publications, including The Walrus, Mac Leans, Canadian Business, Georgia Straight, Equinox, Chatelaine, and Harrowsmith. A […]

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Nov. 9th “What’s Up With Site C?”

  The proposed Site C dam that would flood B.C.’s beautiful Peace River Valley is slowly going ahead despite the fact that it will drown 12,000 hectares of valuable farming land, key North American wildlife habitats including a UNESCO Wildlife Reserve in Alberta and many First Nations traditional hunting and fishing areas and has been […]

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Season Premier “The Yes Men Are Revolting” October 7, 2015

For the last 20 years notorious activists The Yes Men have staged outrageous and hilarious hoaxes to draw international attention to corporate crimes against humanity and the environment.  Armed with nothing but thrift-store suits and a lack of shame these iconoclastic revolutionaries lie their way into business events and government functions to expose the dangers […]

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The Price We Pay March 4, 2015

Over one-half of the world’s stock of money is beyond reach of public treasuries, placing the tax burden on the middle class and the poor.  This smart, eye-opening, incendiary film by Canadian filmmaker Harold Crooks (“The Corporation”; “Surviving Progress”) examines the dark history and present-day reality of big business tax avoidance which has seen multinationals […]

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Defensora – October 8th, 2014

2014/2015 Season Premiere Co-presented with the Victoria Mining Justice Action Committee (MJAC). If you want to register your mining company in a country that has the least amount of encouragement or regulations for acting responsibly and cooperatively towards the peoples and the ecology near your mine, pick Canada! “Defensora” is a documentary about Mayan Q’eqchi […]

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Big Boys Gone Bananas – May 8th, 2013

In 2008 Swedish filmmaker Frederik Gertten went to Guatemala to make a documentary about the Dole banana plantation workers being exposed to toxic chemicals.  When he debuted his film at the prestigious L.A. International Film Festival, the Dole Corporation came out with both barrels blazing: media articles denouncing Gertten and some of the people in […]

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