Tomorrow is the Canadian Premiere of
Tuesday May 18, 2010
506 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario
If you have purchased your advance tickets, this is a reminder that the screening will take place tomorrow.
If you have not purchased tickets, you can still buy them through:
Brown Paper Tickets: Advance tickets are available online at Brown Paper Tickets until the end of the day on Monday May 17. If you have not received physical tickets for your online purchase before the screening, they can be picked up at the will call table located inside the front doors of the Bloor Cinema starting one hour before the premiere.
Q&A session with Sandra Steingraber and Chanda Chevannes to follow the screening. A book signing of the newly released second edition of Living Downstream will be hosted by Book City.*
Please forward this email to anyone you know who may be interested in attending this special event.
Ecologist, author, and cancer survivor, Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized authority on the environmental links to cancer and reproductive health. Based on Sandra's acclaimed book, Living Downstream is an eloquent and cinematic feature-length documentary. This poetic film follows Sandra during one pivotal year as she travels across North America, working to break the silence about cancer and its environmental links.
This screening coincides with the release of the second edition of the book by Da Capo Press, which has been significantly rewritten with all the latest scientific evidence.
Directed by: Chanda Chevannes Produced by: Chanda Chevannes and Nathan Shields Edited by: Nathan Shields
Director of Photography: Benjamin Gervais Sound Designer: J.R. Fountain Sound Editor: Trent Richmond
Original Music Composed and Performed by: Randall Wallace Based on the book by: Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D.
Living Downstream is produced by The People’s Picture Company with generous support from The Ceres Trust, Kendeda Sustainability Fund of the Tides Foundation, The Canadian Independent Film and Video Fund, Canada Council for the Arts, Park Foundation, Canadian Auto Workers Union – Social Justice Fund, The Cancer Prevention Challenge (Ya Ya Sistahs & Bruddahs Too! and Team Vitality), Doris Cadoux and Hal Schwartz, and Saunders-Matthey Cancer Prevention Coalition. Produced in Association with Women's Healthy Environments Network.
*The book signing will take place at the Bloor Cinema after the screening. Only cash, Visa, or Master Card will be accepted for book purchases.