March 10 2024 / 3:00pm - 5:00pm CO-PRESENTATION | WORLD COMMUNITY FILM FESTIVAL + CVAG — Public | Free Event A special screening of Analogue Revolution: How Feminist Media Changed the World will take place on Sunday, March 10 at 3PM at North Island College’s Stan...
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On December 6, 1989, 14 young women at Montréal’s Ecole Polytechnique were systematically murdered solely because they were female. A group of Vancouver feminists set out to create Canada’s first national monument to name and remember the 14 women.
This will be a short meeting including the election of our board. New board members would be welcomed. Guest speakers Shams Alabhai and Tim Young from the Immigrant Welcome Centre will share a brief presentation about the work they do to assist new immigrants. To...
Whose stories are left out of historical archives? It has been said that history is written by the winners. World Community’s first film of the fall series, Unarchived (84 min) explores those left out of history in BC. All are welcome to watch this film together in the Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College, Courtenay on Wednesday, October 4 at 7 pm.
World Community Film Festival and Cumberland Museum and Archives are collaborating to host filmmakers, Lisa Molomot and Alison Mountz, for two screenings of their award-winning documentary, Safe Haven (80 min). The film exposes realities and myths of Canada as a refuge for war resisters.
The first screening will be held on Thursday, July 20th at 7 pm at the Stan Hagen
Theatre, North Island College.
On Friday, July 21 st the second screening will be held at
the Cumberland Museum and Archives. The museum has limited seating so it is on a ‘first come’ basis.
Please note that due to lack of use and changes at Bayside Bistro, our film library will no longer be available.
Growing food has important impacts, either positive or negative, upon our planet and our climate. To Which We Belong (89 min), looks at the healthy benefits of holistic farming. This inspiring documentary screens Tuesday April 25th at 7pm in the Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College.
This film is only available for one ‘in person’ screening. Everyone is welcome. Admission is by donation. FMI: Janet (250) 334-1840
What would you do if you suddenly lost your housing? World Community’s next film, Moving Day, screens at 7pm, Thursday March 16 at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College. Doors will open at 6:15pm to check out the displays from local groups working on these...
Help us set directions at the
World Community Future Vision Event
Thursday November 17, 6 – 9 pm, Creekside Commons Cohousing
Light refreshments will be provided.
Location: 2202 Lambert Drive, Courtenay
We are looking for your ideas & inspiration to chart directions for our future.