The 5th annual ECOScene Film & Arts Festival is a collaboration between the local arts and
environmental communities that raisesawareness of critical environmental issues
through the arts. This year, we’re screening six of the top Canadian and international
environmental documentaries, with a special closing night double feature. Aboriginal
art exhibit and live Aboriginal music on Saturday evening following the last screening.
This is a not-to-be-missed event!

Tuesday, April 24th – If a Tree Falls
2012 Academy Award Nominee for Best

Wednesday, April 25th – White Water Black Gold
Canadian documentary exploring effects on
Canada’s water supply from Alberta Tar

Thursday, April 26th – The Big Fix
Explores environmental impact of BP Oil Spill in
the Gulf Coast, as well as political and
corporate negligence and corruption that led to
and worsened disaster

Friday, April 27th – Jane’s Journey
Life story of Dr. Jane Goodall, world renowned

Saturday, April 28th – Special Closing Night
Double Feature:
Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life and
Aboriginal Architecture Living Architecture.

Aboriginal Art Exhibit and Live Music from Aboriginal musicians The Ohniakara Singers,
Carl David Onofrio and The Perpetual Peace Project following the screening of
Aboriginal Architecture Living Architecture.

All film screenings will be held at The Staircase
Theatre, 27 Dundurn Street North, Hamilton.
Doors open at 6:30pm.
Films begin at 7:00pm.

Tickets are $10 per night, including Saturday night double feature. Film pass: $45.
Limited seating. Advance ticket purchase highly recommended. Please visit ECOScene website
for film information and tickets:

PWYC donation to Aboriginal musicians.

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