January 27-29, 2017
Don’t miss Peterborough’s own social justice film festival, which carries us across many borders. Diving into our oceans. Traversing the North. Exposing the arms trade. Defying gender norms. This festival will capture your imagination and light up your winter.
This year, the Unitarian Fellowship is sponsoring four films that make particular connections with our mission and programming:
Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things…Friday, January 27 at 11:30am at Market Hall…about a PRIDE parade in Nunavut, and the suppression of traditional teachings.
How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things that Climate Change Can’t Change …Sunday, January 29 at noon at Showplace…about living with climate change.
Oshkigmong: A Place Where I Belong …Friday, January 27 at 4:45pm at Showplace…about our neighbours at Curve Lake.
Colonization Road …Saturday, January 28 at 1:45pm at Showplace…history and its consequences for First Peoples.
For more information, visit the Festival website.