Projecting Change Film Festival (1)
By Bella Sie On May 27, 2011 | 0 Comments
The fourth annual Projecting Change Film Festival (PCFF) takes place May 26-29, 2011 at SFU Woodwards Theatre. PCFF is a forum for film and dialogue about social and environmental issues. The marquee four-day event features inspiring, eye-opening, and often award-winning films from around the globe, each followed by a dynamic speaker and panel discussion. The unique festival format is a platform for audience engagement, with all proceeds donated back to local initiatives.
With 4 days and over 20 films, the 2011 lineup is stacked with inspiring films including:
Women Are Heroes, an extraordinary film that explores the lives and courageous stories of women living in impoverished and unsafe neighborhoods around the world through the eyes of a French photographer JR.
Living Downstream, an eloquent and cinematic documentary film based on the acclaimed book by ecologist and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D.
Wade in the Water, Children, a passionate mixture of private videos offering a poetic and devastating look at life in the Crescent City through the eyes of its youngest citizens.
View the PCFF Schedule for a list of all the films and speakers. Tickets and Festival Passes are available online.
Bella is the newest addition to Hello Cool World, enlisting for the cause at the end of 2010. A graduate of BCIT's Broadcast Communications for TV program, she's worked in all aspects of production and has a knack for new media & technology. |