Why I Love The Kootenays

Why I Love the Kootenays

The BC Teachers Federation had a regional conference in Nelson and sponsored an amateur film contest. Here are the winning entries - enjoy! Documentary - Why I Love The Kootenays By Morghan Watson. Very unique with the use of stop motion animation. Super awesome sketches and a nice count down from 3-2-1. She acknowledges how lucky we are to be in this area and to have these wonderfully clean…

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Enbridge movie coming to Kootenays

The Kootenays for a Pipeline Free BC team is bringing in film-maker to screen his documentary On the Line following the proposed path of the Enbridge Pipeline. Frank Wolf will be on hand to describe his journey across BC! Monday May 7, Castlegar Library Hall Tues May 8, Nelson United Church Showtime is 7pm Admission by donation http://www.onthelinemovie.com/

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World Water Day

The theme for World Water Day  on March 22, 2012 is food security. The connection between water security and food security may be easy to overlook in our region of plentiful freshwater, but droughts in the prairies and grain belts around the world have already triggered food shortages and price spikes. To help understand the crisis, here is a list of 5 films, some of which are…

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Movie Spotlight: Wasteland

Did you know that Reo's has a shelf for movies that EcoSociety recommends?  Waste Land is the newest edition to the shelf: An uplifting feature documentary about the transformative power of art and the beauty of the human spirit. This film takes the viewer on an emotional journey from Jardim Gramacho, the world’s largest landfill on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro,…

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