3rd Annual Free Thinking Film Festival - Sunday Pass
Sunday, Nov 04, 2012 11:00 AM EST
(10:00 AM Doors)
- Sunday, Nov 04, 2012 10:00 PM EST
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 for a Sunday Pass only. This pass will enable you to enter ALL events on Sunday, November 4th, 2012, including the closing event tribute to Raoul Wallenberg and the private reception.
Here are the events for Sunday:
Israel Inside: 11:00 AM, Room A
How Israelis have overcome challenges to turn a barren desert into a flourishing nation.
Winston Churchill: Walking With Destiny, 12:00 PM, Main Auditorium
A profile of one of the 20th century's greatest leaders.
Hitler, Stalin and I, 12:00 PM, Room 156
The personal story of a survivor from Auschwitz who then experienced the horrors of a Stalinist regime in Czechoslovakia.
21 Brothers, 12:30 PM, Room A
A Canadian film about WWII.
Age of Delirium, 1:15 PM, Room 156
The fall of the Soviet Union.
Bruce Bawer: The Victims Revolution: Identity Politics and the Closing of the Liberal Mind, 2:00 PM, Main Auditorium
Acclaimed author Bruce Bawer talks about his latest book.
Windfall, 2:30 PM, Room A
Wind power just isn't what it seems.
Their Eyes Were Dry, 3:15 PM, Room 156
An in-depth look at one of the most horrific cases of Palestinian terrorism.
Occupy Unmasked, 4:00 PM, Main Auditorium
A hard look at the Occupy movement.
Putin's Kiss, 4:30 PM, Room A
A story from the thuggish Putin regime in Russia.
Milton Friedman: Equality of Opportunity, 5:00 PM, Room 156
A panel examines Friedman's thoughts on equality of opportunity.
Tribute to Raoul Wallenberg, 7:00 PM, Main Auditorium
Film (Angel of Budapest), Speakers (David Matas on the latest research), and music (Floralove Katz sings songs from the holocaust). Private reception after event.