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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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Farm and Film Gala April 13, 2016

  There will be vendors of farm produce and products, food, seeds and plants as well as tables with information from local farm and food related non-profit groups.  Tea and goodies made by the EMCS Culinary Arts students will be available by donation and there will be gift baskets to be won filled with items […]

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“Unacceptable Levels” – November 4, 2015

Have you ever asked yourself why so many of us are so sick?  This film examines the seamy side of the chemical revolution that began in the 1940s through the eyes of affable young father and filmmaker Ed Brown.  Join him  as he learns how chemicals have invaded our lives in the food we eat, […]

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Let’s Talk Trash! – Nov. 13, 2013

Let’s Talk Trash!          November 13 Featuring the film: “Trashed” In this 2013 British documentary by filmmaker Candida Brady, Jeremy Irons travels the world to discover the extent and effects of the global waste problem.  Although not a pretty picture, there is some hope as the film turns from the alarming results […]

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Sacred Science – Oct. 9, 2013

October 9, 2013 Season Premiere Sacred Science This films follows the journey of 8 people from the developed world, each with an “incurable” chronic illness, who spend one month in seclusion in the Amazon jungle looking for one last chance to be healed.  These men and women who are debilitated from diseases such as cancer, […]

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Salmon Confidential April 10, 2013

“Salmon Confidential” Alexandra Morton and Filmmaker Twyla Roscovich will be attending. Follow biologist Alexandra Morton as she unravels the mysteries of B.C.’s declining salmon stocks using some of the world’s top fish labs.  What she uncovers should shock anyone who cares about the future of salmon and all that depends on them. This 70 minute […]

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Annual Farming and Gardening Gala – March 6, 2013

                  Annual Farming and Gardening Gala Co-sponsored with Sooke Food CHI Stories from Women Farmers, Old and New Featuring: – “Outstanding in Her field” – a film by and about women in sustainable agriculture produced in the 1990’s by the South Island Organic Producers Association, including Sooke’s Mary Alice Johnson of ALM Farms. This film […]

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Play Again & Consuming Kids – January 9, 2013

“Play Again” and “Consuming Kids” Play Again explores the consequences of a childhood removed from nature.  This moving and humorous documentary follows six teenagers as they unplug and go on their first wilderness adventure – no electricity, no cell phone coverage, no virtual reality.  Research shows that a lack of connection with nature leads to less […]

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Under Our Skin – April 8, 2009

On April 8, Awareness Film Night will present the film “Under Our Skin”.  A dramatic tale of microbes, medicine and money, this 2008 film investigates the untold story of Lyme disease. The evening will be a benefit for Nicole Bottles, the 16 year old East Sooke resident with Lyme who has had to go to […]

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