Mixed Greens, Friday, March 28, 2008, 6:45pm Pay What You Can

Join us at the

Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, 111 Queen’s Park on
the last Friday of each month as
we celebrate the best environmental films from our 2007 festival! Selected straight from our 2007 festival line-up,
here is your chance to experience again or for the first time this rare and
note worthy collection of films from around the country and around the world!

Screening Friday, March

-40-degrees.jpg-40 Degrees


Paul Davis

Canada, short, 2007

14 mins. (Beta)

is -40 degrees and pitch dark in a small sub
town. The phone rings. You bike to work up hill 9 km in temperatures where
steel cracks.


of Eden: Living with Grizzlies


Jeff and Sue Turner

Canada, documentary, 2007

88 mins.

In Kamchatka, the most
easterly region of
Russia, a little miracle
with huge implications is in the works. Considered by many to be the most
dangerous animal in the world the grizzly bear, an endangered species, finds a
protector and defender in Canadian conservationist, Charlie Russell. As a
surrogate mother he struggles to reintroduce orphaned cubs to the wild against
the backdrop of a dramatic landscape filled with lurking predators and
poachers. Filmed in the course of a year, this relationship is bound to fill
you with awe and sure to win your hearts and minds.

complete program details, please visit our website at www.planetinfocus.org/mixedgreens

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