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March 8, 2017 Toad People

             A Story of Hope.  B.C. currently has no law to protect endangered species.  But everywhere in the province local communities are taking action to stand up for species at risk – western toads, barn owls, mountain caribou, Oregon spotted frogs and more.  For the last 4 years co-directors Mike […]

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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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December 14, 2016 “For the Love of Music”

  A collaboration between Awareness Film Night, the Sooke Philharmonic Society and Harmony Project Sooke The evening will be a benefit for the Harmony Project and will feature 3 short films followed by live music and mulled cider and seasonal goodies in the theatre foyer. The original Harmony Project was founded L.A. by Dr. Margaret Martin […]

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“Orphan Girl” December 9, 2015

This docudrama is the true story of Helen Getachew Abebe who was born in a brushwood hut in southern Ethiopia.  As a young girl she lost 2 sisters, her mother and father and a leg to gangrene.  She grew up in an orphanage that owed as much to Dickens as to Mother Theresa. After the […]

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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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Season Finale: “All the Time in the World” May 13, 2015

A family of five (mom, dad, kids 10, 8 and 4) leave their comfortable life in Dawson City to spend 9 months in a small log cabin with no running water, electricity, road access, internet or even clocks and watches. Filmmaker Suzanne Crocker (the mom), who switched careers from rural family physician to filmmaker explains:  […]

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Kuper Island: Return to the Healing Circle – Feb 12, 2014

“Kuper Island: Return to the Healing Circle” They called it Alcatraz.  It was the Kuper Island Residential School and it stood on a remote island off the coast of Vancouver Island.  For almost a century hundreds of Coast Salish children were sent to Kuper Island where they were forbidden to speak their native language, forced […]

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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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