3rd Annual Free Thinking Film Festival - Saturday Pass
Saturday, Nov 03, 2012 11:00 AM EDT
(10:00 AM Doors)
- Saturday, Nov 03, 2012 10:00 PM EDT
Library & Archives Canada, Ottawa, ON
The Third Annual Free Thinking Film Festival will run between November 1 - 4, 2012 and will feature:
- Four Big Evening Events.
- Four Days of films, speakers and panel discussions.
- Free Thinking Alley – visit our friends & neighbours.
- Books, DVDs, & lots of great stuff to buy!
- Have some fine food and drink at day events...
- Opportunities to sit back and make new friends...
This page is to buy a Saturday pass - and will enable you to enter any event on Saturday night, including the major event on Saturday night.
Here are the Saturday events:
Why Is It Hate, 11:00, Room A
Martin Gladstone's documentary on why Queers Against Israeli Apartheid bring a message of hate to Toronto Gay Pride.
The Invisible Men, 12:00 PM, Room A
A look at the plight of gay Palestinians who have to find refuge in Israel.
Free China, 12:00 PM, Room 156
A look at brave individuals fighting for freedom of conscience in China.
The Way Back, 12:30 PM, Main Auditorium
A first-run film about prisoners who escape from the Soviet gulag and walk 4,000 miles to freedom.
Freedom's Fury, 1:15 PM, Room 156
A look at the 1956 'blood in the water' polo match between the Soviet Union and Hungary.
The Red Chapel, 1:30 PM, Room A
A Danish-Korean comedy team go to North Korea to put on a show and expose the horrors of the regime.
Dracula's Shadow: The True Story of the Romanian Revolution, 3:00 PM, Main Auditorium
Film and speaker
The Politics of Food/Silent Spring at 50, 3:30 PM, Room A
Professor Pierre Desrochers presents on two of his books - one on food and one on a new look at Rachel Carson.
Support System Down, 5:15 PM, Room 156
The family court system continually works against the interests of fathers.
Education Under Fire, 6:00 PM, Room A
The Ba'hai in Iran are prevented from receiving higher education.
The Rescuers, 7:00 PM, Main Auditorium
Historian Martin Gilbert teams up with a survivor of the Rwandan genocide to talk with diplomats who saved Jews during WWII.