Innis Town Hall

University of Toronto

March 2005 events

Wednesday March 2

CINSSU presents HIDDEN HISTORIES OF LOS ANGELES: a screening of Pat O'Neill's WATER AND POWER and Roman Polanski's CHINATOWN at
7pm with an introduction by Bart Testa (www.utoronto.ca/fff)



Thursday March 3

APSS (Association of Political Science Students) & National Film Board of Canada present THE MAKING OF A CANDIDATE at 7pm. A
screening, reception & discussion.
Details at www.everythingispolitical.ca

 

Friday March 4

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film double bill: SHOW ME LOVE & GET REAL. First film on at 7pm, free admission.
(www.utoronto.ca/fff)

 

Saturday March 5

CINSSU and U of T Family Affairs presents a free afternoon double-bill:

1pm Finding Nemo
3:30pm A Bug's Life

(www.utoronto.ca/fff or www.library.utoronto.ca/familycare)


Tuesday March 8

The Office of Advancement, Faculty of Arts & Science present a screening of SUNSHINE. 6:30pm. Admission is free, but please RSVP in advance at events@artsci.utoronto.ca or 416-946-5937.


Wednesday March 9

LIFT's New Directions in Cinema series present Steve Sanduedolce's DEAD TIME at 7pm and 9pm. (www.lift.on.ca and www.home.interlog/~sweetbld)

 

Thursday March 10

"What powers and taxes for the City?"
Public meeting and panel discussion featuring: Carol Burtin Fripp, John Cartwright, Susan Mintz, and John Sewell. "This is an opportunity to begin a public discussion about what makes sense in a new City of Toronto Act." 7pm--9pm, FREE admission.

For further information, please contact Eva Boldt, Alumni and Community Relations Officer, Innis College, 416-978-3424.

 

Friday March 11

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film: HAPPY TOGETHER. Free admission, 7pm. (www.utoronto.ca/fff)

 

Sunday March 13

ICSS & Innis Residence Council present a fundraiser fashion show. Details TBA.

 

Tuesday March 15

U of T OPIRG, Students Against Sweatshops Initiative, and the Maquila Solidarity Network present:

"Workers' Fights, Workers' Rights: Labour Activism in the Global Context"

Panel discussion with: Monina Wong (Chinese Labour Activist), The Maquila Solidarity Network, and Helen Lai-Man Poon (Labour Advocate, Chinese Canadian National Council).

Preceded by a documentary short, "Made in Canada."

6:30-8:30pm, free admission.
For more information email sasiut@hotmail.com or call 416-978-7770

 

Thursday March 17

U of T's Polish Students Association presents a free screening of Stranger (Malgorzata Szumowska, 2004, 101 minutes, English subtitles). Description:

One of the most exciting talents among a new generation of Polish directors, Szumowska applies sensuous visual storytelling to an entirely original, poetic film about the preciousness of life experience and the enormous rewards of sharing it.
'Stranger' follows a young woman Eva (the luminous Malgosia Bela) on an existential journey of discovery, inspiration, and love. She sets out to introduce the universe to her unborn child--the stranger who is also a part of herself...

As always, coffee and paczki after the movie! 7pm, free admission.

 

Friday March 18

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film: All About My Mother (Almodovar, 1999, 101 minutes). 7pm, free admission.

 

Friday March 18 - Monday, March 21

U of T Film and Video Festival, details at www.uoftfilmfest.tk.

 

Wednesday March 23

Innis College & the Toronto Labour Council present a screening of THE TAKE. Director Avi Lewis will introduce the movie and lead a discussion with union activists on "setting globilization on its head." 7pm.

 

Wednesday March 30

"Ontario is Facing a Crisis in Electricity Supply: Should More Nuclear be Part of the Solution?" Panel discussion. Panel members will make brief presentations, followed by questions and discussion from the floor. Free admission, 7pm - 10pm.

For more information contact Doug Macdonald, Director, Environmental Studies Program, Innis College University of Toronto (416) 978-1558  or         douglas.macdonald@utoronto.ca.


Thursday March 31

The Ukranian Students Club and Journalists For Human Rights present a screening of Lilya Forever (Moodysson, 2002, 109 minutes), a fundraiser for promoting awareness of sexual victimization and trafficking of children. 7pm.

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