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Did you know that most of the foods that you eat have travelled at least 1500 miles to get to you?
When James MacKinnon and Alisa Smith realized this, they began the 100-Mile Diet. For a full year, James and Alisa ate foods grown and produced within a 100 mile radius of their Vancouver home. Their quest spawned a movement that attracted global media attention and grassroots interest, and led them to write the national best selling book 100-Mile Diet: A Year of Local Eating.
David Paperny and Cal Shumiatcher will be attending MIPTV in Cannes, France April 7-11. Meeting with broadcasters and distributors from around the world, Cal and David are looking for co-production and distribution deals for many of Paperny Films' upcoming projects.
A week ago the women of Hardisty, Alberta skipped town for an all-expenses paid luxury vacation in the Rocky Mountains.
Seven days have ticked by with the men in charge and in that time… well… let’s just say things have been done a bit differently…. There’s been Dad’s daily dinner of BBQ’d meat … novel bath times where kids plus a soapy trampoline equals clean… and most delicious of all, staying up well beyond Mom’s bedtime curfews! Yet, in the midst of the madness, children have grown closer to their fathers and tough prairie men have been brought to their knees.
On Wednesday, March 5th, 2008 at 7:00 pm, a special screening of "Devil Plays Hardball" will be held at Cinema 319 (319 Main St.) in Vancouver, B.C. Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion on the issue of homelessness, as brought up by the film.
Featured panelists include:
Dr. Bill MacEwan, Head, Department of Schizophrenia, UBC.
Sgt. Malcolm Cox, Diversity Unit, VPD.
"Confessions of an Innocent Man" will screen at the Seattle Human Rights Festival on Friday, February 15, 2008 at 9:00pm.
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