Saturday, 2 April 2011

Four Evenings of Documentary Film Festival

Four Evenings of Documentary Film featuring cultural heroes who have empowered, encouraged and inspired significant social and cultural change with courage and creativity. Four of the most popular documentaries screened at DOXA 2010, Vancouver’s Annual Documentary Film Festival.
SC Film Society mini-festival of documentary films opens tonight (April 1) and continues Saturday with a film that celebrates the 40th anniversary of Greenpeace, The Rainbow Warriors of Waiheke Island, and on Sunday with Buffy Sainte-Marie: A Multi-media Life. On Monday, April 4, Six Miles Deep screens with special guest Barbara Higgins, Sechelt First Nations Elder.

Sunday April 3
Buffy Sainte-Marie: A Multimedia Life

The biography of Oscar winner, political activist, and musician Buffy Sainte- Marie follows her from her birth on a Saskatchewan reserve through to her musical rise and her activism on behalf of North American aboriginal people. Her lust for life, eternal optimism and unique talent shine through.

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