Open Sesame
The Story of Seeds

Bija Devi, Navdanya Biodiversity Farm, India. GREEN FILM SERIES Thurs Mar 26 Roberts Creek Hall

In this moving documentary you will meet a diverse range of individuals whose lives center around seeds: farmers, renegade gardeners, passionate seed savers, artists, seed activists. All are working to save seed biodiversity, one of the world's most precious resources.  USA, 2014, 82min. Directed by Sean Kaminsky.



Open Sesame
The Story of Seeds

Roberts Creek Hall, Thur Mar 26, 2015

WHERE Roberts Creek Hall
WHEN 7:30pm, doors at 7pm
ADMISSION by donation at the door
or buy a Season Pass ($40)

Eventbrite - Green Film Series Spring 2015 Season Pass


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Special Earth Day event! Wed April 22 in Gibsons.  The Premiere with local filmmaker Sarama, at the Gibsons Heritage Playhouse.

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Green Film Series on the Sunshine Coast BC Canada

Spring Green Film Series Opens with 'Return of the River'

What are the possibilities when a community comes together to make change for the better? In the film Return of the River, First Nations, environmentalists, government, industry and community members work together to set a river free and bring hope for the future. Return of the River opens the spring season of the Green Film Series on Monday, February 2 at the Gibsons Heritage Playhouse with a second showing on Thursday, February 5 in Sechelt at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, both showings at 7:30 pm. The Wood Duck Bus is scheduled to bring people from Madeira Park to the Sechelt screening.

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