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GEMS: Golden Ears Movie Series




The Golden Ears Movie Series is presented in cooperation with Film Circuit, a division of the Toronto International Film Festival that promotes Canadian and international cinema in communities across Canada. Join us for the fifth season of the popular Golden Ears Movie Series at The ACT and enjoy seven great nights of exceptional films!

Single tickets: $11 | Three-film package: $27
All films are at 7:30 p.m. in the Main Theatre

Monday, March 30, 2015: The Grand Seduction
Monday, April 27, 2015: Watermark



Monday, March 30, 2015

The Grand Seduction

Rated PG | Canada
Taylor Kitsch, Brendan Gleeson, Laine Balaban, Gordon Pinsent

In an attempt to secure a plastics manufacturing contract, residents of a struggling Newfoundland fishing village conspire to charm Dr. Lewis into becoming a permanent resident.




Tickets:
$11



View our general accessibility info here. To purchase accessible seats and for specific seating or accessibility inquiries,

please visit us or call our Ticket Centre at (604) 476-2787.





Monday, April 27, 2015

Watermark

Rated G | Canada
Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky

Following their acclaimed collaboration Manufactured Landscapes, photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal reunite to explore the ways in which humanity has shaped, manipulated and depleted one of its most vital and compromised resources: water.




Tickets:
$11



View our general accessibility info here. To purchase accessible seats and for specific seating or accessibility inquiries,

please visit us or call our Ticket Centre at (604) 476-2787.




Short Film preceding Watermark:

Directly Affected

Directed by Zack Embree


Directly Affected is a documentary project about the battle between everyday people and a multibillion-dollar energy industry. Right now, a Houston-based energy company intends to transport 890,000 barrels of unrefined Alberta Tarsands oil to BCs coast through the Trans Mountain pipeline. Millions of barrels will be stored in our communities and over 400 tankers will ship the diluted bitumen through the Salish Sea to foreign markets every year. Our first documentary brought together the disparate voices of individuals and communities not being heard by decision makers. In this series, we go to regions across the province to meet the courageous people who are standing up for democracy, local economies, their environment and a better future for all.


The film was created through a partnership between Raincoast Foundation and filmmakers, Zack Embree and Devyn Brugge.


Directly Affected Trailer from Zack Embree on Vimeo.






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