Canada

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A portrait of Dewayne Johnson, a Bay Area groundskeeper who suffered from deteriorating health possibly caused by herbicide.

Dewayne Johnson, a Bay Area groundskeeper, suffered from rashes in 2014 and wondered if they were caused by the herbicide he'd been using for the past couple years. As his health deteriorated, Johnson became the face of a David-and-Goliath legal battle to hold a multi-national agrochemical corporation accountable for a product with allegedly misleading labelling.

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Selected as One of Canada's Top 10 Films of 2021

"A musical meditation on love and loss, Thyrone Tommy’s debut feature Learn To Swim follows Dezi (Thomas Antony Olajide), a doggedly private, very talented sax player, and Selma (Emma Ferreira), a vivacious but less experienced singer. When they meet, sparks fly, but their respective emotional baggage and their temperaments make the road to romance bumpy at best.

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Tribute to the late Jean-Marc Vallée on National Canadian Film Day

On Dec 25, 2021, Canada lost one of its best, most important filmmakers, Jean Marc Vallée. C.R.A.Z.Y. (2005) was his third feature film and the one that put him on the map.

Free screening! Part of National Canadian Film Day.

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Two Films, One Ticket! Both shot in Beautiful B.C.!

CRAZY CANUCK BEAUTIFUL B.C. DOUBLE FEATURE! 

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Back by popular demand! "An important record of a significant figure in Canadian cycling." Top 10 at Hot Docs!

“Giuseppe Marinoni is a revered bicycle craftsman whose frames are highly admired and desired. When he’s not in his workshop, he’s likely feeding his chickens, tending his tomatoes or foraging for mushrooms. It’s clear this tailor turned cyclist is happy alone and sees no point in someone documenting his life.

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Canada Film Days Opening Night Film - Introduction by CBC-KW's Craig Norris at May 1 screening.

Introduction by Catherine Fife at May 2 screening.

Opening Night After Party - Ethels Lounge - 114 King St. N. Waterloo

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Frédéric Back Tribute,
Including the Oscar Winner ‘The Man Who Planted Trees’ 

Fundraiser for 10,000 Trees. Presentation by 10,000 Trees Organizers.

Every paid admission will receive a complimentary one-day pass to any GRCA Park.

All proceeds from this event goes to 10,000 Trees for the purchase of trees to plant in the Region.

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Canada Film Days Closing Night Film - Director/Editor Reginald Harkema in person at May 8 screening. Introduction by Thom Ernst at May 8 screening.

Closing Night After Party - Ethels Lounge - 114 King St. N. Waterloo

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Canada Film Days Opening Night Film - Lead Actor Max McCabe-Lokos and Producer David Miller will be in attendance at May 1 screening. Introduction by Councillor Bill Ioannidis at May 1 screening.

Opening Night After Party - Ethels Lounge - 114 King St. N. Waterloo

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The residents of a once-thriving Newfoundland coastal town are having trouble finding a way to make a living since the collapse of the fishing industry. They're thrilled when a plastics manufacturer proposes to set up shop—until they find out the contract requires a resident doctor.

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