100 Days @ The Third Annual Explorers Club Film Festival in Toronto

Greetings,

As you may be aware the first public screening for 100 Days is taking place at the Princess Cinema in Waterloo on March 31st and April 7th (http://www.princesscinemas.com/film/?id=2224). However, there is a private screening at the Arts & Letter Club of Toronto for the Third Annual Explorers Club Film Festival.

If your interested the event is on Saturday March 26,10:00 am to 5:30 pm. Please contact me as this is a private event, tickets are $35 dollars for the day pass.
Films will be shown in the Great Hall followed by a discussion with the filmmakers (including me) discussing their art of documenting exploration.

Learn more http://www.explorersclub.ca/index.html

See you on the water,
-Brett


DOCUMENTING THE ART OF EXPLORATION – The Third Annual Explorers Club Film Festival at the Arts and Letters Club

We Will Remember Them: Andrew Gregg
With this film, we bear witness to and explore the true human cost of war. We Will Remember Them pays tribute to Canada’s fallen soldiers in Afghanistan through the eyes of family, friends and fellow soldiers. Learn how they lived – and how the died.

Collision Course: Wayne Abbott
An extreme dive reveals the mysteries of the 2nd World War British warship HMS Curacoa, rammed and sunk by the Queen Mary, the most famous ocean liner in the world.

Code Breakers: Niobe Thompson

Engaging and visually stunning, Code Breakers examines the tantalizing – but often frustratingly inconclusive – evidence of human migration into the Americas thousands of years before the end of the last Ice Age!

Mysterious Ruins: Cape Breton Stephen Ellis
Based on Paul Chiasson’s best-selling book The Island of Seven Cities, Mysterious Ruins explores the theory that Ming Dynasty Chinese may have had a settlement on Canada’s east coast well before the European age of discovery.

100 Days: Brett Rogers

Celebrating the spirit of adventure, the kindness of strangers and the often dark realities of life in the north, 100 Days follows Brett and his team as they float 3,000 kms on a handmade raft down the Yukon River to the far edge of Alaska.

Beyond Survival: Les Stroud
Stroud returns to the wilds of Papau New Guinea with special permission to carry out the Cumoutin death ceremony with a tribe called the Hewa. Ingesting betelnut and hiking treacherous mountain jungle terrain, this ceremony has never been filmed, photographed or even seen by an outsider before. Until now.

Into the Arctic II: Cory Trepanier
With only a tent for a home, Cory and his family travel into the most remote regions of northern Canada, fly to the ocean-side community of Paulatuk and trek to the breathtaking canyons of Brock River and mountains of Ivvavik National Park. All while Cory lays paint on canvas.

Saturday March 26
10:00 am to 5:30 pm: Films will be shown in the Great Hall followed by a discussion with the filmmakers (including me) discussing their art of documenting exploration.

Learn more http://www.explorersclub.ca/index.html

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