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Thursday June 20 at 7:00
doors at 6:00

at the historic kiggins theatre in downtown vacouver


Brave Girl

Brave Girl is a strong young adventurer, who with the help of her grandpa is beginning herjourney of finding out what it takes to climb mountains. Even though she’s only 6, she hasan unwavering ambition to climb the biggest mountains in the world, starting with theones in her backyard in Wyoming.


Under the looming shadow of ecological breakdown, a young filmmaker goes in searchof a surprising super-solution that can help build a better future for humans and planet.Join her on an epic adventure aboard the good ship Gleaner through Britain’s ruggedcoastline, as they discover the power of kelp to regenerate our coasts, empowercommunities and even replace plastic.

JoJo–A Toad Musical

“JOJO” celebrates a creative and musical portrait of JoJo Nyaribo, a young nature lover and wildlife advocate as he explores the meaning of biodiversity and stewardship in his own backyard.

Paddle Tribal Waters

With jaw-dropping aerial cinematography and moving storytelling, Paddle Tribal Watersis a fully immersive experience, showcasing the unbreakable bond between people andtheir ancestral lands. The film gives viewers a bird’s eye view as an unforgettable groupof young people training for the adventure of a lifetime.


4DWN tells the unconventional and deeply personal story of a South Dallas skatepark whose mission is to change the lives of everyone who walks through the gate. The 4DWN skatepark is a resilience hub rooted in skate culture, tackling the challenges. of food insecurity and social justice in one of the city’s poorest communities.


Soundscape features Erik Weihenmayer, a global adventure athlete and author who isfully blind, as he ascends a massive alpine rock face deep in the Sierra Nevada. Usingexpert camera work and emotive, novel animation to bring to life a concept by adaptiveclimbing pioneer Timmy ONeill, the film is a surprising and soulful adventure.

Groundwork: A Family Journey into Regenerative Cotton

Follow as the Kahle family breaks the cycle of generational health issues byrevolutionizing their farming practices. Driven by a deep commitment to their family andcommunity’s well-being, the Kahles bring revelatory science practices to combat yearsof problematic, status-quo methods of farming.

Toxic Art

On a mission to clean up Ohio’s leaking, abandoned coal mines, Ohio University art professor John Sabrah teamed up with an engineer to develop a process that turns the toxic runoff polution into paint. John’s artwork has been shown all over the world and proceeds have helped numerous environmental orginizations and projects, including a new water trteatemt plant on the Sunday Creek Watershed.

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