Location: Al Whittle Theatre Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2021 Time: 10:00 am - 11:25 amPrice: $5 - Buy Now
The Magnitude of All Things
Jennifer Abbott’s new documentary, The Magnitude of All Things, merges stories from the frontlines of climate change with recollections of the loss of her sister, drawing intimate parallels between personal and planetary grief.
Canada, 2020, 86 minutes, Nations: Nunatsiavut, Kichwa, Pachamama, Sápara Nation, Kichwa First People of Santa Ana
Director Jennifer Abbott
Distributor National Film Board
Recommended Ages: 15+
About The RBC Big Picture Program
For the past six years, Devour! and Nourish Nova Scotia have curated this engaging series of films with schools in mind, shining the spotlight on many subjects—such as sugar, food waste, and climate change—to Nova Scotia students of all ages. Almost 3,000 school children have attended a live-in-theatre screening and have participated in learning activities post-film since its inception. In 2020, because of the global pandemic, we welcomed over 600 school children virtually by streaming our program to schools for classes to watch.
This year, Devour! will again bring the program back to the theatre and to your school virtually. The Big Picture Program will include a link to screen a film in the classroom, supported by curriculum-based materials to inform the programming and create meaningful activity-based learning opportunities for your students.
Sponsored by: RBC Foundation, Valley Regional Hospital Foundation, Nova Scotia Teachers Union, Nourish NS
More tickets will be released on October 4, 2021 depending upon COVID-19 protocols at that time. For class bookings, please email Michael Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In keeping with Nova Scotia provincial health regulations and a desire to keep all our guests safe and healthy, Devour! will require proof of full Covid-19 vaccine immunization along with a valid photo ID upon entry to all events with no exceptions. For all Devour! Covid Protocols, please visit our website.