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Salmon Confidential: Upcoming Film Showings in BC

Monday, April 8th 2013 3:46:24pm

Biologist and filmmaker tour BC with controversial new documentary


Media Advisory

Below is a list of upcoming screenings of Salmon Confidential in BC communities. You can also watch Salmon Confidential online at http://salmonconfidential.ca.

For more details about each screening date and location, see calendar at http://www.salmonaresacred.org/calendar.  

Salmon Confidential filmmaker, Twyla Roscovich, follows biologist Dr. Alexandra Morton as she unravels the mysteries of BC’s declining salmon stocks using some of the world's top fish labs. What she uncovers should shock anyone who cares about our fish and all that depend on them. This 70-minute film documents Morton’s journey as she attempts to overcome roadblocks thrown up by government agencies and bring critical information to the public in time to save BC's wild salmon. Learn about our changing coastal ecology, grassroots science-based activism, and the inner workings of government agencies tasked with overseeing our fish and the safety of our food supply.

Upcoming Salmon Confidential screenings (April & May 2013)

APRIL 2013:
9th: Courtenay - 7pm; Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College
10th: Sooke - 7pm; Edward Milne Community School Theatre, 6218 Sooke Rd
11th: Victoria - Doors open at 6:30, Film at 7pm; Camosun College Landsdowne Campus in the Fisher building room 100
12th: Cowichan - 6:45pm; Cowichan Estuary Nature Centre, Hecate Park, 1845 Cowichan Bay Road
14th: Lasqueti Island - 6:30pm (film starts at 7pm); Arts Centre (located top of the hill when you get off the ferry)
15th: Nanaimo VIU - 7pm; Vancouver Island University, Drama & Theatre Building
16th: Surrey (Independent Screening) - Doors at 6pm, Film at 6:30pm; Fir Building Room 128, at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 12666 72 Avenue
16th: Qualicum Beach - Doors at 7pm and film at 7:30; 747 Jones Street, Qualicum Beach Civic Centre in the main hall
17th: Tofino - 7:30pm; Clayoquot Sound Community Theatre, 380 Campbell Street, Tofino
18th: Vancouver - 7pm; Stanely Theatre, 2750 Granville St (with Alexandra Morton and David Suzuki)
19th: Nanoose - Doors at 6:30pm, film at 7pm; Nanoose Place Hall, 2925 North West Bay Rd.
20th: Harrison Mills - 4pm; 1995 School Road
20th: Sidney - Doors at 6:30, film at 7pm; Mary Winspear Centre in the Charlie White Theatre
21st: Squamish - 7:30pm; Quest University, 3200 University Blvd, Multi Purpose Room (MPR) in the Cafeteria Bldg
22nd: Campbell River - 7pm; Campbell River Timberline Theatre 1681 S. Dogwood Street
23rd: Victoria (Cincenta UVIC) - At Cinecenta Theatre, 3800 Finnerty Rd at UVIC (in the Student Union Building) double showing at 7pm and 9pm
24th: Vancouver - 6:30pm; Mobius Cafe & Tea Shop, 4125 Main St, East Vancouver
24th: Burnaby (Independent Screening) - 7pm; 4911 Canada Way (BC Gov't and Service Employees Union)
25th: Olympia, Washington (Independent Screening) - 6pm; Casa Mia Restaurant, 716 Plum Street Olympia WA
25th: Ladner - 7pm; Ladner Recreations Centre, 4734 51st Street, Ladner, BC
28th: Salmon Arm - 7pm; Salmar Classic Theatre, Salmon Arm BC
29th: Celista - Doors at 6:30 film at 7:00pm; North Shuswap Community Hall, 5456 Squilax Anglemont Road, Celista
30th: Kamloops - 7pm; with the Council of Canadians in Kamloops BC, The Clocktower Theatre at the Thompson Rivers University (TRU) 900 McGill Rd, Kamloops Campus.

MAY 2013
1st: Kelowna - 7pm; Okanagan College Theatre, 1000 KLO Rd., Kelowna
5th: Port Moody - 6:30pm; Port Moody Inlet Theatre 100 Newport Dr
18th: Cowichan - Spot Prawn Festival - details to be arranged.

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To book a screening in your community, email info@salmonaresacred.org
To contact filmmaker: twyla@oceanfilms.net 250-650-6445
To interview Alexandra Morton: 250-974-7086
For media packages visit: SalmonConfidential.ca