Date(s) - 11/02/2015
Clayoquot Community Theatre
A cinematic kayak journey revealing the reality of BC’s North Coast, where the Enbridge Corporation is proposing to navigate hundreds of supertankers loaded with millions of barrels of bitumen from Alberta’s Tar Sands.
Filmmaker Richard Boyce will be in attendance for Q&A after the movie.
Doors at 7, movie at 7:30. Admission by donation $6-10.
“I was taken away by the breathtaking beauty, peace, and importance of the coast, and then, earth shatteringly, jarringly, brought back to reality with powerful facts and clear visuals. Boyce’s mixture of hope, urgency and information left me with tears in my eyes for everything we have and the chance that we might lose it. Like Boyce, if you want to be inspired to action, if you want to be shocked, and, most of all, if you want to be educated, watch this movie. It is the most solid collection of data and evidence about tankers that I have come across yet.”
Film Review by Natalie Dunsmuir – Island Tides