Meat the Future | CBC

Watch Hot Docs at Home on CBC, a multiplatform festival-at-home experience providing Canadians with front-row access to titles from the 2020 Hot Docs Festival premiering Thursday nights starting April 16.

Meat the Future chronicles the birth of a revolutionary industry, and the mission to make it delicious, affordable and sustainable. Documented exclusively from 2016-2019, by award-winning filmmaker Liz Marshall (The Ghosts in Our Machine), the film follows the victories, struggles and motivations of the pioneers who are risking everything to bring their product to market in the near future.

Hot Docs at Home Festival | Online

Experience Hot Docs in a new format with an All-Access Online Pass.

This year’s online industry offering will provide all the valuable market events and services the Festival is known for, and will connect top decision makers from around the world with talented filmmakers.

The pass will grant filmmakers access to online sessions, a community, forum and more.

THE WHALE AND THE RAVEN | Nelson Civic Theatre: Virtual Screening

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is delighted to partner with Nelson, B.C.’s, Civic Theatre for a virtual screening of our Canada (BC)/Germany-production, The Whale and the Raven in the theatre’s Films From Home series.

This award-winning, feature-length documentary follows settler and Gitga’at whale researchers in the Kitimat fjord system who are critical of the imminent construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant.

When you buy a ticket, you will receive a VIMEO link (available for 24 hours) .

To purchase tickets, please visit https://civictheatre.ca/whale-raven-films-from-home/
For details about exactly how Nelson Civic Theatre’s virtual cinema screenings can be accessed, please visit its FAQ page.

This is a ticketed event.