The Amnesty International Film Festival is proud to present its eleventh annual program in Vancouver. This is the flagship festival for human rights film nights and festivals in Canada. This year's festival features 22 films on important issues facing the global community. We bring you Canadian and Vancouver premieres and award-winning work by Canadian and foreign filmmakers. Often challenging and inspiring, these compelling, powerful stories help us understand what it means to be a citizen. This festival also celebrates the significant contribution made by filmmakers to our understanding of human rights issues. This is your annual opportunity to experience cinema with a social conscience.
Advance tickets may be purchased at Tickets Tonight in person and online. Tickets also available at the door, subject to availability.
In person: Tickets Tonight at the Touristinfo Centre, Plaza Level, 200 Burrard Street. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm.
General admission $8.00
Matinees, students, seniors, underemployed $6.00
Five-show passes available at the door only (cash or cheque only) $25.00
Program subject to change. The Amnesty International Film Festival presents stories and moving images about human rights. Amnesty International does not necessarily hold the opinions expressed in these films. For information or to submit a film contact Don Wright at [email protected] or 604-294-5160. The Amnesty International Film Festival is a charter member of the Human Rights Film Network, a cooperating group of more than 30 human rights film festivals around the world.
PDF Program available here:
Official Website: http://www.amnesty.ca/archives/bc_filmfest_nov2006.php
Added by jmv on October 31, 2006