Toad People Film Premiere
What does it take to save a species? A film about hope, community and the struggle to save species at risk in BC.
We are thrilled to announce the world premiere of our hotly anticipated documentary film Toad People on November 30, 2016. We hope you will save the date in your calendars and join us there. Doors open at 6:30 pm, show starts at 7.
Join filmmakers Isabelle Groc & Mike McKinlay, national campaign director Joe Foy, and celebrity conservationists Carrielynn Victor (Sto:lo Tribal Council) & Kai Chan (UBC) for an engaging evening about species at risk in BC. You'll have a chance to ask our panel of experts questions.
The Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema is wheelchair accessible, with designated seating areas. Waterfront Station is the closest SkyTrain, Canada Line and Sea Bus stop, while buses #3, #4, #7, #8, #14, #16, #19, #20, #22, #135 and #240 stop very nearby.
There is an EasyPark lot located on Cordova Street across from the centre at 65 West Cordova Street. There is also a parkade under the International Village Mall (http://www.internationalvillagemall.ca/), located at 88 W. Pender, which is a five minute walk away from Goldcorp Centre for the Arts.
Toad People is an inspiring documentary about communities across BC fighting to protect species at risk, such as the western toad and barn owl.
This film isn't just about people standing up for toads. People living in BC know we have remarkable wildlife no other province boasts: killer whales, grizzly bears, barn owls and badgers.
Many people don't realize that BC has no standalone endangered species legislation. With the provincial election around the corner, now is the time to change that.
After Vancouver, we're hitting the road to screen Toad People in interior BC, Vancouver Island and northern BC.
SFU Woodward's: Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema (View)
149 W Hastings St
Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|