DTES films in the Vancouver Short Film Festival on October 28-29, 2010

A few films in the Vancouver Short Film Festival centred around issues affecting DTES residents include:
  • – Most Liveable City is a documentary that set out to explore water fountains in Vancouver, but discovered the lack of water accessibility in this community highlights an even greater issue: water as a human right. Director Fiona Rayher of the Pull Focus Film School.  Playing in the Emerging Filmmakers screening, 7:30pm on October 28
  • – Christian Malo’s Addict gives an insight into a day in the life of a meth addict. Playing in the Emerging Filmmakers screening, 7:30pm on October 28.
  • Pigeon Park Savings by Laurie Kindiak is a documentary on the only financial institution available to the 4000 low-income residents in the Downtown Eastside.

 

Festival info:
VANCOUVER SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
October 28-29, 2010
Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour Street & Davie
Info, tickets and passes at www.vsff.com
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