Bosa Film Theatre, Capilano University, 2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver, BC
This is to invite you to Peace Out, a new feature documentary film about the Peace River region by acclaimed Canadian director, author & educator Charles Wilkinson (Down Here, Crash, The Working Director). Peace Out won “Most Popular Canadian Documentary” at the 2011 Vancouver International Film Festival. It has screened to capacity audiences across BC & Alberta, and has most recently been made an official selection at the 2012 Global Visions Film Festival.To view a trailer & for a quick overview click here;


The director will be in attendance for Q & A after the film.

Admission is FREE!

Here’s a bit more info:
Peace Out asks and attempts to answer the question: are we ripping up our back yard for energy – or not? The film seeks to engage with those of us who do not connect our daily decisions with global land use issues. It focuses on the northwestern Canadian wilderness; however, the issues are universal. The film listens without judgement to energy company executives, oil sands representatives, nuclear spokesmen as well as scientists, academics and activists. It is an intelligent debate that recognizes economic and political reality as well as the longer term issues.

It avoids the ‘good guy vs bad guy’ approach that much of the discussion often defaults to. Peace Out leaves it to the viewer to decide what to believe.

The film presents a beautiful, thought provoking look at a rapidly
transforming landscape.

Hope to see you there.