Abbott’s new documentary The Magnitude of All Things draws intimate parallels between the experiences of grief—both personal and planetary. Stories from the frontlines of climate change merge with recollections from the filmmaker’s childhood on Ontario’s Georgian Bay. What do these stories have in common? The answer, surprisingly, is everything.
Wednesday, March 20th
The Last Stand uses the flashpoint of B.C.’s Fairy Creek stand-off to examine the importance of keeping intact forest ecosystems. The film reveals the complexity of issues facing the world: the need to protect habitat, while balancing economies, jobs; and also recognizing the rights of First Nations people.
Welcome to Season 16
Be The Change Film Series!
We are proud to present this year’s amazing line up.
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SEASON 16 FILMS
All proceeds go to the Blue Mountain Watershed Trust
The Blue Mountain Watershed Trust Foundation (the Watershed Trust), Ontario’s first watershed trust, was formed in 1994 to protect natural areas in Collingwood and the Blue Mountains from development pressures of many kinds. Since then, we have been instrumental in preserving and protecting our remaining wild places.
The Watershed Trust is an all-volunteer independent grass-roots organization supported by donations and fundraising. We have no paid employees and do not receive funding from any level of government. The Watershed Trust was incorporated in Collingwood, Ontario 1995 and is a Registered Charity. We currently have over 550 members.
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