Location: Al Whittle Theatre Date: Thursday, November 3, 2016 Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pmPrice: $15.00 - Buy Now
It’s easy to misread a voice of dissent as one of anger, while a calm voice is often ignored. Alethea Arnaquq-Baril’s Angry Inuk wavers between the two as it tells the complex story of the commercial seal hunt in the Canadian Arctic, and how it affects economies, traditions, ethics, and even survival.
Canada, 2016, 85 minutes
Director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril
Distributor National Film Board of Canada
Three young artisans craft high quality chef knives in Blenheim Forge, South London, and it never looked so gritty and sexy.
UK, 2016, 3 minutes
Director Carlos Carneiro
Following the film there will be a panel hosted by Slow Food Nova Scotia:
What is Slow Food?
Slow Food is an international movement with over 150,000 members in hundreds of countries. Everyone is talking ‘Slow’ these days – But what does it mean to be Slow. Our host town recently became a Cittaslow (“Slow City”) and is now only the third in Canada. How do we engage citizens to be more Slow? Join this lively discussion on good, clean, fair food. Hosted by Devour! founding partner Slow Food Nova Scotia.