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GALA PREMIERE SCREENING
Providing youth with skills for today’s workplace
Please join us at the Richmond Cultural Centre Thursday, July 26, 2012 at 5:00pm as we screen the short film projects created by our young participants.
RSVP details below
This Premier Screening Includes…
Three shorts representing the very first films participants put together as they explored important employability skills.
A look at the lives of some participants as they converse on set during our studio day.
A sampling of the video bio project. Marketing in today’s media-rich workplace.
An original short about helping ourselves through helping others!
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT FILMS
Three teams. Three projects. Five weeks. Eight minutes each.
Food has become an active part of people’s lives. More people who share the same values and concerns for the health of the earth want to know what’s in our food, where it’s coming from, how it has been produced and how it’s impacting future generations. Many people bring these issues to an active level; they are fostering positive changes by being involved in urban agriculture, spreading the knowledge of permaculture and starting community gardens.
A BAR AND A BROTHEL
Prostitution has been a major piece of Vancouver’s history since the city’s birth. From the forty-one brothels and 153 sex trade workers in 1906 to the over two thousand workers in modern times, prostitution has grown with the city, even while legislation has pushed it from the public eye.
A BAR AND A BROTHEL
With the new separated bike lanes in place on Dunsmuir Viaduct, Dunsmuir Street, Burrard Bridge and Hornby, getting downtown to work, shop or visit continued to become easier and more enjoyable. Many of these city residence and commuters are asking if these bike lanes are adding to the solution, or are simply taking up more unused space in an already congested city.
After the screenings our participants will host a short segment to recognize their accomplishments and entertain questions from the audience.
Yes, there will be finger foods.
Please RSVP via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
WHERE AND WHEN?
Richmond Cultural Centre (MAP)
7700 Minoru Gate
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Doors @ 5:00pm
Screening @ 5:15PM
Close @ 6:30PM