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Media Democracy Days Vancouver 2011

Media Democracy Day Vancouver

Friday, November 11, 2011 at 6:00 PM - Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 4:00 PM (PST)

Media Democracy Days Vancouver 2011

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Building Media Democracy (panels & discussion): Saturday Nov 12, 12-5pm @VPL, Central Library Ended Free CA$0.00
Register and support MDD's non-profit work with a small donation Ended CA$5.00 CA$0.78
War Made Easy with keynote Dr. Sut Jhally: Friday Nov 11, 7pm @Pacific Cinematheque Ended CA$5.00 CA$0.78
War Made Easy with keynote Dr. Sut Jhally: Friday Nov 11, 7pm @Pacific Cinematheque Ended Free CA$0.00

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The School of Communication at Simon Fraser University,, and the Vancouver Public Library present Media Democracy Day Vancouver 2011. This year's expanded program takes place from Friday November 11th to Sunday November 13th, at multiple venues including the Pacific Cinematheque; Vancouver Public Library, Central Library; and SFU Woodwards Goldcorp Centre for the Arts


Since 2001, Media Democracy Day has united and engaged Vancouver-based citizens, cultural producers, the media, academics, activists, students, and community leaders in a dynamic discussion of the state of our Canadian media system. MDD Vancouver 2011 will feature keynote speakers, interactive panels, and hands-on workshops focused on critical analysis of media policy, citizen and alternative media production, and the transformation of the media system to make it more diverse and representative of audiences and communities. Full program details are coming soon.


:: Keynote Speaker :: 


Founder of the Media Education Foundation, and world-leading media scholar, filmmaker and analyst, Dr. Jhally brings tremendous insight to the task of understanding the media’s role in shaping our social identities through gender and race, commercialism, violence and politics. He is the producer and director of various films and in explaining the power of documentary media to help us understand and confront our fears he notes that: “In a state of fear, citizens are vulnerable to manipulation by opportunistic politicians and a sensationalist media.” Speaking on Remembrance Day, as well as the tenth anniversary of the US Air Force bombing of the Kabul office of Al-Jazeera, Dr. Jhally is an ideal speaker to open Media Democracy Day and introduce the film War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning us to Death on November 11th, 2011 at the Pacific Cinematheque.


Media Democracy Days 2011 Dates:




November 11, from 6PM-10PM @ Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe Street [OFFICIAL REGISTRATION FILLED. Limited wait list spots available- please register to take any no-show spots on the night of the event]

November 12, from 12 PM-5 PM @ Vancouver Public Library, Central Library, 350 West Georgia Street

November 13, 2011 from 12PM-4PM @ SFU Woodwards Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street

All Events are Free and Open to the Public. Seating is Limited






Come to Media Democracy Day Vancouver 2011 and question the media landscape that surrounds you, create alternatives and new ways forward, and transform the system for the better!


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When & Where

Vancouver Public Library
350 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6B1

Friday, November 11, 2011 at 6:00 PM - Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 4:00 PM (PST)

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