Film Festival

CoASt is putting on a Film Festival!

Join On the Line filmmaker
Frank Wolf for a discussion about
his work making this one of a kind
eco-adventure documentary that was
all the rave at this year’s Vancouver
International Film Fest!

Come out and learn more about how
destructive oil is on our environment.

See what others are doing to protect
our coast from the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway.

Masset, Green Church

All day event, Saturday November 12th
First film starts @ 10:30 am
Enjoy our delicious home-cooked eats at the concession and dinner sale
Also featuring a Loonie-toonie Auction fundraiser for CoASt

Skidegate Youth Centre

All day event, Sunday November 13th
First film starts @ 11:00 am

Come for one film or join us for all!

Film Program (Masset)

10:30 am   Crude Impact (97 minutes)
12:30 pm   Black Wave: The Legacy of the Exxon Valdez (99 minutes)
2:30 pm    White Water, Black Gold (64 minutes)
4:00 pm    On the Line (Introduced by director Frank Wolf, 68 minutes)
5:15 pm    Discussion of On the Line with Frank Wolf
6:00 pm    Dinner Sale/Break
7:00 pm    spOILed (44 minutes)

Film Program (Skidegate)

11:00 am Crude Impact (97 minutes)
1:00 pm   Black Wave: The Legacy of the Exxon Valdez (99 minutes)
3:00 pm   White Water, Black Gold (64 minutes)
4:15 pm   spOILed : Enbridge & Tankers in the Great Bear Rainforest? (44 minutes)
7:00 pm   On the Line (Introduced by Frank Wolf, 68 minutes)
8:10 pm   Discussion with On the Line filmmaker Frank Wolf

Family friendy, all are welcome. Admission by donation.

2 thoughts on “Film Festival

  1. FYI~pg 25 of this weeks Observer has a notification of a power interruption on Sunday from 6 to 12 for Skidegate & Tlell

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