Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre TRC Committee has partnered with The Roxy Theatre to offer a FREE viewing of Indian Horse on February 6th.
6:15 PM Doors Open
6:45 PM Opening Remarks & Smudge Ceremony
There will be a Smudge Ceremony before screening and Indian Residential School Survivors will be recognized.
Seating reserved for survivors and elders, and trauma counselors available on site.
Have you seen this incredible movie?
If you haven’t seen the movie, Indian Horse follows the life of Canadian First Nations boy, Saul Indian Horse, as he survives residential school and life amongst the racism of the 1970s. A talented hockey player, Saul must find his own path as he battles stereotypes and alcoholism.
Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02cyFlnvA4s&fbclid=IwAR0f8n4DQ8_H5RhAirKU2D3hmTsjYTANczEV4P6AexPv37zd7mhv8B7NSJ4
Yorkton Film Festival
I Am War
Monday November 5, 2018, 7:30 PM
Location: Grace Westminster United Church, 505 – 10th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0E3
The Yorkton Film Festival and Grace-Westminster United Church are hosting a film night Monday, November 5 at 7:30. This Remembrance Week event will feature I AM WAR, a documentary about veterans of the Afghan war.
Our speaker, Retired Colonel Malcolm Young, will talk about the war and its impact on Canadian military personnel. Young completed three tours of duty in Afghanistan and acted as a political liaison with government officials.
Everyone is welcome. There is no charge for the event. Refreshments will be served.
Free film Wednesday March 21 at the Broadway Theatre
Saskatchewan Intercultural Association presents the 6th annual Reel to Real Anti-Racism Film Festival, featuring “Colonization Road” followed by a panel of speakers.
Synopsis: In towns throughout Ontario, there are startling reminders of the colonization of Indigenous territories and the displacement of First Nations people. Anishinaabe comedian and activist Ryan McMahon takes us to his hometown of Fort Frances and down its main drag, which is called Colonization Road. Similar streets have similar names in towns and cities across the province, direct reminders of the Public Lands Act of 1853 and its severe impact on First Nations, their treaties and their land in the name of “Canadian settlement.” On his journey through Ontario, McMahon explores the history of these roads, meets with settlers in solidarity and raises significant questions about “reconciliation” and what it means to “decolonize.”
*Free popcorn for everyone in attendance!
6:00pm Doors open
6:45pm Welcome and Introduction
7:00pm Film begins
8:00pm Performance by Curtis Peeteetuce, Followed by Panel Discussion
I am Eleven – Documentary screening
Thursday, March 17th 2016
Door Open 6:30pm
Tickets: $10.00 (cash)
Australian filmmaker Genevieve Bailey travelled the world for six years talking with 11-year-olds to compose this insightful, funny and moving documentary portrait of childhood. From an orphanage in India, to a single-parent household in inner-city Melbourne, to bathing with elephants in Thailand, I AM ELEVEN explores the lives and thoughts of children from 15 countries. I AM ELEVEN weaves together deeply personal and at times hilarious portraits of what it means to sit at this transitional age. These young minds provide us with a powerful insight into the future of our world.
CISV chapters all over the world are bringing this documentary to their communities. We hope you can help make our screening a huge success here in Saskatoon by inviting all your friends, family and colleagues to this screening and of course coming yourself!
CISV (formerly Children’s International Summer Villages) is a global network of volunteers of all ages. We are an independent and non-political organization with chapters in over 200 cities worldwide. CISV’s unique educational programmes bring together young people from different backgrounds, developing cross-cultural knowledge and leadership. By encouraging respect for cultural differences, common values and self-awareness, CISV empowers each participant to incorporate these values into their lives as they become global citizens and strive for a more peaceful world. Young people take an active role in programme planning, developing key leadership and communication skills.
CISV Canada is active from coast to coast! From Victoria to Halifax, CISVers are promoting CISV values in their local communities. Each year, youth and adults from these same communities travel to international CISV programmes around the world. There are as many opportunities for involvement locally as internationally: CISV has a dynamic national network of young people. This group, called the Junior Branch (JB), is dedicated to organising regional and national activities for Canadian youth. Each local CISV chapter has an active group of Junior Branch members, open to anyone who wants to be involved (starting at age 10). JB organizes regular activities, community projects, workshops and mini camps. Completely youth-led, Junior Branch applies the CISV goals to the local community while participants learn and develop leadership.
Come watch FINDING NEMO!
Brunskill Home & School Playground Fundraiser
Friday February 5th
6:00 PM doors open
6:30 pm Movie starts
PJ’s and slippers!
Free! (voluntary donations at door)
The Nutana Community Association is proud to help sponsor another awesome free family movie at the Broadway Theatre. Everything is awesome!
Saturday, January 30 at 2 PM
The Broadway Theatre, 715 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
THE LEGO MOVIE: An ordinary Lego construction worker, thought to be the prophesied ‘Special’, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the Lego universe into eternal stasis.
Annual Movie in the Park
What: Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2
When: Thursday September 10 at sundown
(approx. 7:45 pm)
Where: President Murray Park
Bring the family, flashlights and blankets to Varsity Viewʼs 2015 screening of our Movie in the Park. This year will feature the film Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. Join Flint and his friends under the stars on this dangerously delicious mission as they take on the likes of hungry tacodiles, shrimpanzees, cheespiders and food creatures big and small in their hungry strife to save the world, again!
Show time is sundown (approximately 7:45pm) Thursday, September 10th, 2015 at President Murray Park. Admission is free. Popcorn will be available for purchase.
Donations will also be accepted with proceeds going to benefit the Brunskill School Playground Improvement Project.