Cinema Politca Ridge Meadows April Screening

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Cinema Politca Ridge Meadows April Screening

Time: April 20, 2017 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Maple Ridge City Hall, Council Chambers
Street: 11691 Carr St
City/Town: Maple Ridge
Phone: 604 466-3144
Event Type: cinema, politica, ridge, meadows, documentary, film
Organized By: Oosha Ramsoondar
Latest Activity: Apr 4, 2017

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Cinema Politica Ridge Meadows is hosting a special Earth Day screening of “The Breach” in partnership with Citizens against Urban Sprawl, Footprint Press, and The Wild Salmon Defenders Alliance. Our iconic Pacific wild salmon is under threat of survival from mining companies, archaic dams, climate change and corporate fish farms, so filmmaker Mark Titus set out to find the answers. This documentary is about his four year journey to discover where the fish have gone and what might bring them back. "The Breach" won Best International Feature Documentary 2014 at the Galway Film Festival, Ireland and Best of Fest selection at the 2015 Palm Springs International Film Festival. .

Mark Titus: The film is my best version of a love story for wild salmon -- a creature revered in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska as icon, cultural centre and integral food source for thousands of years.

Come join us for this special screening of a highly acclaimed film!


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