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Sarnia Justice Film Fest Lineup Announced

Just Eat It Oct 25, 2014 7pm
Revolution Nov 22, 2014 7pm
Girl Rising Jan 17, 2015 7pm
Project Wild Thing Feb 21, 2015 7pm
Return of the River Mar 21, 2015 7pm
Divide in Concord Apr 25, 2015 7pm
About the Films

Just Eat It
Oct. 26, 2014 @7pm

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A Food Waste Story http://foodwastemovie.com
Filmmakers and food lovers, Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge.
About the Film

Revolution
Nov 22, 2014 @7pm

Our World’s Threatened Oceans http://therevolutionmovie.com
The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, a follow-up to SHARKWATER through 15 countries over four years, where he discovers that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger - it's humanity itself.
About the Film

Girl Rising
Jan 17, 2015 @7pm

The Power of Education to change a girl-and the worldhttp://girlrising.com
Viewers get to know nine unforgettable girls living in the developing world: ordinary girls who confront tremendous challenges and overcome nearly impossible odds to pursue their dreams.
About the Film

Project Wild Thing
Feb 21, 2015 @7pm

The Disparate Connection between Children & Nature http://projectwildthing.com/film
A film-led movement to get kids (and their folks!) outside and reconnecting with nature. A funny and revealing look at a complex issue.
About the Film

Return of the River
Mar 21, 2015 @7pm

Freeing the Elwa River from Two Salmon-blocking Dams http://www.elwhafilm.com
A story of hope and possibility amid grim environmental news as the largest dam removal project in history begins.
About the Film

Divide in Concord
Apr 25, 2015 @7pm

The Bottled Water Ban Battle http://divideinconcord.com
An 84-year-old woman waging a seemingly unwinnable battle to rid her town of single-serve plastic water bottles water, despite opposition from local merchants, residents and the bottled water industry.
About the Film

Yearly SJFF screens 5 films at the Sarnia Library. The films speak to a diverse audience about the injustices in our world. A discussion time follows each film. Come to be educated, encouraged & prompted to action. Check back to this website for film details or find us on Facebook.

Sarnia Public Library Auditorium
124 Christina St. S. Sarnia [map]


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