Choose 5:00 pm or 7:30 pm on Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Simcoe Street Theatre (across from the Collingwood Library)
What Film: The Uprooted: Years of Living Dangerously
New York Times columnist Tom Friedman investigates the increasing population of climate refugees and actor Don Cheadle is on the ground in California, where the worst drought in 1,200 years is having devastating effects and Harrison Ford returns to Indonesia where forests are being set a fire to clear lave for the Palm oil industry.
To buy tickets ($10 adults, $5 youth, $50 for 6 season tickets), visit The Rock Shop, 179 Hurontario Street, in Collingwood (cash only) or purchase online at www.BeTheChangeFilmSeries.com.
As the socially and environmentally conscious Be The Change Film Series enters its second decade, it turns its attention to local youth. Our youth are the future—they are the ones we need to empower to Be The Change in the world.
The Blue Mountain Watershed Trust Foundation is working together along with other community partners to provide the audience with a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of some of the most important ecological and social justice issues facing our local area and the communities of planet Earth. Proceeds from BTC will benefit The Blue Mountain Watershed Trust, a longstanding, local, environment-focused charity.
The Be The Change Film Series, presented by Locations North – Royal LePage, is designed to unite the Collingwood and surrounding communities around a variety of global environmental and social issues. Provocative, carefully chosen films are selected around themes such as growing food sustainably, resource extraction and climate change.
Read up on films, see trailers, buy tickets at http://bethechangefilmseries.