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WomenInFilmWednesday Film Series: FIX: STORY OF AN ADDICTED CITY

Sudbury Indie Cinema Co-op

Wednesday, 8 February 2017 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)

WomenInFilmWednesday Film Series: FIX: STORY OF AN...

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Advance Tickets for Jan. Screening 24 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.32
Series (12 months of WIFWs!!)   more info 50 Tickets Ended $100.00 $0.00

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#WomenInFilmWednesday is a monthly film series of Sudbury Indie Cinema Co-op dedicated to showcasing the recent work of women-directors. We are proud to be spearheading this progressive series. 



We premiered Nettie Wild's KONELINE and were in complete awe. This is an earlier work of this great Canadian documentary filmmaker. 

In this story of addiction and activism, heroin addict Dean Wilson and activist Ann Livingston form an unlikely alliance with Vancouver"s conservative mayor to try to open North America"s first safe injection site, where users can inject drugs without danger of overdose or infection.  FIX reveals a battle for the hearts, minds and streets of a city each character calls home.

Partial proceeds from this screening will be donated to Elizabeth Fry Society of Sudbury.  

Have questions about WomenInFilmWednesday Film Series: FIX: STORY OF AN ADDICTED CITY ? Contact Sudbury Indie Cinema Co-op

When & Where

Imagine Cinemas Downtown Movie Lounge
40 Elm Street
Sudbury, ON P3C 1S8

Wednesday, 8 February 2017 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)

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Sudbury Indie Cinema Co-op

Sudbury Indie Cinema is a not-for-profit co-op incorporated in 2014. We bring world-class independent cinema to Northern Ontario on a year-round basis. We are mission-driven, rather than profit-driven. We select high-caliber, laudable films that give voice to lesser-heard perspectives on the big screen. We actively support other arts organizations, grassroots not-for-profits and support local homegrown filmmakers. Originally, we formed as a community response to the growing monopoly of Hollywood blockbusters on a shrinking number of large screens, back in summer 2013. We have since secured a lease to convert and repurpose part of a closed school into a single screen, state-of-the-art, digital cinema. We anticipate opening in late 2018 at our own location, but in the meantime, we have been programming films from other downtown Sudbury screening venues.  

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