The South Asian Film Festival Presents: Citizen Soldiers

Empire Granville 7 Cinema
855 Granville St. Vancouver

Admission free to Military families / Adults 13.00 / Students & Seniors 11.00

Sustainability Television is proud to present this 20 part episodic series highlighting the construction of the Harmony House.

Located in Burnaby, BC, Canada; the Harmony House is a winning entry in the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation EQuilibrium™ Housing Initiative.  This net-zero home will produce as much energy as it uses on an annual basis - from renewable sources.

In its FINALE event of the series, Green Wednesdays at KPU is screening the visually stunning documentary" JUMBO WILD" (90 min).
JUMBO WILD  highlights the tension between the protection of wilderness and ever-increasing development interests in wild places, bringing to life the passionate fight to protect British Columbia’s iconic Jumbo Valley.
Watch the trailer at
GUEST SPEAKER: Brandon Gabriel from the Kwantlen First Nations

In its 9th annual series, Green Wednesdays at KPU is screening a brand new documentary "To The Ends of the Earth"  by local producer/director David Lavallee (who also made White Water Black Gold). It explores the rise of extreme energy and our necessary shift to a sustainable future.
Guest speaker: David Lavallee! Come by for a fantastic evening and meet the filmmaker!

Invitation to Networking and Fundraising Event for Plastic Oceans

Come and hear about the work of the Plastic Oceans Foundation and watch an exclusive insight into our Plastic Oceans documentary feature film.

Bid on our incredible Silent Auction and help make a difference.

6 - 8 PM
The Boathouse Restaurant
1795 Beach Avenue
Vancouver, BC

Green Wednesdays is co-hosted by Kwantlen’s School of Horticulture and Green Ideas Network. This monthly series event is now in its 6th year of environmental evenings. Challenging and inspiring award-winning documentaries, spirited dialogue, guest speakers, light refreshments and door prizes. Everyone welcome.

"The roof of the Vancouver, B.C. Convention Centre is covered with over 2.5 hectares (6 acres) of native grassland. Usually closed to the public, we were able to get a tour and interview with the landscape architect of the project, Bruce Hemstock."  - Dave Budge

This is part 1 of the "Growing Cities" documentary series shot while traveling in the USA and Canada - June 2009. 2 person crew. Canon 5DmkII and Zoom H4n. Music is "Andvari" by Sigur Rós

Videographer - Dave Budge

Metro Vancouver City Farms and UBC's Faculty of Land and Food Systems Presents:
                                   'To Make A Farm'  (2011 VIFF selection)
What: An inspiring documentary by Steve Suderman
Where:  Frederic Wood Theatre,
             635 Crescent Road, UBC
When:   Wednesday, Feb. 1st