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GFF 2016-MTS Stories from Home 4: How to Save the World-SAT JULY 23 3:00PM

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Gimli Unitarian Church - Aspire Theatre

Gimli, Manitoba R0C 1B0

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Sponsored by MTS Stories from Home, "How to Save the World" is a collection of made-in-Manitoba films about ecology, climate change and how to save the world!
***Filmmakers Bruce Little and Noah Erenberg will be on hand to introduce their film 'Drive for Free 2' and will have three alternative fuel vehicles (electricty, propane and vegetable oil) on hand to dispay outside the theatre, after the screening!***


Oceans North Canada: Protecting Manitoba's Beluga Estuaries

Duration
5

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Each summer, as the sea ice recedes, more than 57,000 beluga whales return to the estuaries along stunning western Hudson Bay in Manitoba, but the whales need protection from potential risks like the impact of oil spills or traffic-related noise that threaten to move in through the Port of Churchill.


Drive for Free 2 - The Revolution Continues

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50

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Drive For Free 2 – The Revolution Continues is the latest from filmmakers Bruce Little and Noah Erenberg in their ongoing quest to drive for free.


We recommend you line up in the ticket line 30 mins before screening. Please be seated 15 mins before start of film. We will fill all seats if you are a no show or late. Rush seating. At the theatre door, please present your ticket on your smart phone or print your ticket. Pass holders must present both GFF Pass and ticket AND THE NAME/PHOTO ON THE PASS AND TICKET MUST MATCH.

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