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Coming soon …

A GREAT LINEUP OF MOVING FILMS FOR YOU IN WATER DOCS 2019

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See great films: Watch this space to see this year’s lineup of films for the Water Docs Film Festival. You’ll find an unprecedented collection of Canadian and international features and shorts about all things water, engaging discussions with filmmakers and special guests, award ceremonies, and opportunities to take action to protect water.

Save the date: March 21-24 at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema.

Be the first to know: We’ll be sending announcements about programming and special guests as well as running ticket giveaways through our newsletter. Sign up here.

Get a discount on the pass: Until February 15, get a pass to the whole festival for just $30, a savings of $10.

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Wild Water Residency

A MONTH OF ADVENTURE AND ART IN NORTHERN ONTARIO

Inspired by a film we showed two years ago of six artists canoeing in the Yukon, The Peel Project, we are launching an arts residency in Northern Ontario together with the Canadian Wilderness Arts Residency.
10 students will be selected to participate in a wilderness and arts experience. More information …

Art and creation are inseparable from the land. They come up through its voice and into the people … into the youth. They are of this place, as we are. 

Who can apply? Applicants must:

  • Be between 14 and 17 (approx. Grades 10-11)

  • Demonstrate an interest in the arts and creative pursuits

  • Provide a letter of support by a community member outside of their immediate family (ex. teacher, band-council member, guidance counsellor, coach, principal, etc.)

Apply by February 22. Travel in August.

From the 2018 Water Docs Film Festival …

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