Red Deer, Ab. – The 10th annual Red Deer Justice Film Festival is fast approaching and will be held January 25-27, 2018. Since 2008, the festival has served as a vehicle for enlightenment and conversation regarding global issues.
Put on by Red Deer residents Lane Tomalty, Breanna Fitzpatrick, and Amanda and Chelsea Hadland, the Justice Film Festival believes in social education and involvement. The festival is free to the public and entirely sponsored by the generous donations of local businesses and individuals. With a passion for communal and worldwide activism, these four women have selected twelve powerful films that will enthrall audiences.
With films tackling various topics such as living with cancer, immigration matters, and the connective power of music, this year’s festival hopes to further engage with its audience through post-show discussions where an expert on the film’s subject matter will speak and answer questions.
The Festival will take place at Red Deer College’s Welikoklad Event Centre in downtown Red Deer. Screenings are held from 6pm-11:30pm each day with matinée screenings on Saturday from 12:30-5pm.
For additional information and to learn more about the Justice Film Festival, please visit http://www.reddeerjusticefilmfest.ca.
Click the link above to see trailers on the films featured in this gallery:
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