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Projecting Change 2011

By Bella Sie On May 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

Projecting Change 2011The fourth annual Projecting Change Film Festival (PCFF) takes place May 26-29, 2011 at SFU Woodwards Theatre. PCFF is a forum for film and dialogue about social and environmental issues. The marquee four-day event features inspiring, eye-opening, and often award-winning films from around the globe, each followed by a dynamic speaker and panel discussion. The unique festival format is a platform for audience engagement, with all proceeds donated back to local initiatives.

With 4 days and over 20 films, the 2011 lineup is stacked with inspiring films including:

Women Are Heroes, an extraordinary film that explores the lives and courageous stories of women living in impoverished and unsafe neighborhoods around the world through the eyes of a French photographer JR.

Living Downstream, an eloquent and cinematic documentary film based on the acclaimed book by ecologist and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D.

Wade in the Water, Children, a passionate mixture of private videos offering a poetic and devastating look at life in the Crescent City through the eyes of its youngest citizens.

View the PCFF Schedule for a list of all the films and speakers. Tickets and Festival Passes are available online.

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Bella is the newest addition to Hello Cool World, enlisting for the cause at the end of 2010. A graduate of BCIT's Broadcast Communications for TV program, she's worked in all aspects of production and has a knack for new media & technology.

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