In 2020 we arranged a number of screenings in mining-affected communities across Canada. But to respond to Covid we changed our plans to present virtual screenings with post-screening discussions via Zoom.
RECENT VIRTUAL SCREENINGS
Event: Understanding and Teaching Global Mining Issues
Virtual Film Screening, Panel Discussion, and Launch of Educator’s Guide
When: April 21st, 2021 – 7:30 PM- 9:30 PM ET / 4:30 PM- 6:30 P PT
This Free Screening and Panel Discussion for Earth Week featured The Shadow of Gold documentary film hosted in partnership with MiningWatch Canada, Green Teacher and Echo Foundation. For educators we previewed our 36-page film Educator’s Guide.
This screening and post-screening discussion inspired positive reactions and testimonials.
We’ve also had two successful screenings in Whitehorse, Yukon. A French language event is planned for later this year, so check back here for more info!
VIRTUAL SCREENINGS IN 2020
September 2, 2020
Virtual screening for mining-affected communities in Atlantic Canada
(with post-screening discussion featured experts and activists from Atlantic Canada)
July 7, 2020
Virtual screening for mining-affected communities in BC and the Yukon
(with post-screening discussion featured experts and activists from Western Canada)
Special event virtual screenings have been presented in collaboration with Mining Watch Canada with funding support from Patagonia, The McLean Foundation, and the Echo Foundation (for 2021 screenings).
THANK YOU TO OUR GROWING LIST OF COMMUNITY + EDUCATIONAL SCREENING HOSTS
Orutsararmiut Native Council
Comstock Mining Inc.
Queen’s University Libraries
Amnesty International Kingston
Chicago Responsible Jewelry Conference
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
University of Ottawa Fair Trade
University of Utah Mining Engineering Department
UBC NBK Institute of Mining Engineering
Incorporation of Goldsmiths
WORLD PREMIERE + CANADIAN THEATRICAL TOUR 2019
The Shadow of Gold premiered in Toronto at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema and was followed by special theatrical screenings in major cities across the country. Each screening was followed by a moderated discussion featuring responsibly-sourced gold jewellers, non-profit leaders who work with mining communities, gold prospectors, artisanal gold innovators, First Nations advocates, and industry watchdogs.
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, Friday February 22, 2019
Mayfair Theatre, Ottawa, Wednesday, February 27 2019
Vancity Theatre, Vancouver, March 11, 2019
Globe Cinema, Calgary, March 20, 2019
Cinema du Parc, Montreal, March 26, 2019
Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax, Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Concordia University, Montreal, October 21, 2019
The World Premiere and Canadian Theatrical Tour was supported by Mining Watch Canada, Human Rights Watch and Impact in addition to many local outreach partners.