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University of Toronto

December Events

Wednesday December 1

CINSSU's Majestic Nights

Thursday December 2

Spanish Consulate General event

Friday December 3

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film double bill: A Ma Soeur / Fat Girl (Breillat, 2000, 93 minutes) and Baise Moi / Rape Me (Lancaume and Anderson, 2000, 77 minutes). 7pm, free admission.

Saturday December 4

Citizen's Environmental Watch event

Saturday December 4

Bulgarian Student's Association screening

Tuesday December 7


WHAT:    WORLD  LITERACY OF CANADA presents EYES ON INDIA a two-part film series.

First Screening Nov. 9, 2004: SUCH A LONG JOURNEY  directed by  STURLA
GUNNARSSON  and based on the novel of the same name by ROHINTON MISTRY. Includes an on-stage discussion between author and director.

Second Screening Dec. 7, 2004: IN CUSTODY  directed by Ismail Merchant and
based on the novel by ANITA DESAI. Includes an on-stage discussion between
the author and CBC Radio Writers & Company host ELEANOR WACHTEL.

WHEN:    NOVEMBER  9  &  DECEMBER 7   2004
All films begin at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)

WHO:      Founded in 1955, World Literacy of Canada (WLC) is a non-profit
voluntary organization that promotes international development and social
justice. WLC supports community-based programs that emphasize adult literacy
and non-formal education for both children and adults.  An active member of
the Toronto community,  WLC hosts many literacy awareness initiatives
including the Kama Reading Series, the St. Jamestown Storytelling Festival
and several children's reading events.

TICKETS:    $50 SERIES TICKET INCLUDES:  two films * four special guest
speakers * door prizes and giveaways * charitable tax receipt for $40

Tickets can be purchased by calling the World Literacy of Canada
office: 416-977-0008

CONTACT:     Emily Urquhart,  World Literacy of Canada,

Wednesday December 8

CINSSU and Paramount Pictures present a free sneak preview of Coach Carter.

Friday December 10

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Gondry, 2004, 108 minutes). 7pm, free admission.

Saturday December 11

Director's Guild of Canada - Ontario District private screening

Sunday December 19

University Bible Fellowing Christmas event

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