Directly Affected Film Evenings – Victoria & Vancouver

A 10 minute film, an expert panel and the stories of the people, and places, that lie in the way of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Directly Affected is a 10 minute film that tells the stories of the people, and places, that lie in the way of the proposed Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The film is a centre piece for an emerging campaign designed to give the conversation back to the Canadian public at a time when public participation on energy infrastructure is restricted and key topics such as climate change are excluded from the formal assessments.

 

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Watch the film, question an expert panel and tell us how you are Directly Affected by the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion proposal.

Directly Affected was directed by emerging film makers Zack Embree and Devyn Brugge and co-produced by Raincoast.

 

Vancouver Tickets:

Science World
November 12
7 pm and 9 pm
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Science World is open until 11:00pm so you can buy a drink, meet a range of groups addressing pipeline issues and simply enjoy being in Science World.

Victoria Tickets

UVic Bob Wright Centre
November 19
7 pm
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