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Eco-Film Series: Unlocking the Cage

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Unlocking the Cage follows animal rights lawyer Steven Wise in his unprecedented challenge to break down the legal wall that separates animals from humans. After 30 years of struggling with ineffective animal welfare laws, Steve and his legal team, the Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP), are making history by filling the first lawsuits that seek to transform an animal from a […]

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Eco-Film Series: Hometown Habitat

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Are you a Habitat Hero? Join us with Oakvillegreen Conservation Association and for a free showing of Hometown Habitat – Stories of Bringing Nature Home on March 21st at 7pm at the QE Park Community Centre – Black Box Theatre. Through its profile of 7 hometown habitat heroes, this film will help inspire you to save pollinators, save water, save the […]

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Eco-Film Series: Bikes Vs. Cars

We’re on the move! Halton Green Screens is proud to present Bikes vs. Cars, the gripping documentary about the lives of many pro-cycling activists and what they are doing around the world to influence how cities are built but more importantly, their vision to create more awareness towards the need for safety on the roads. There are around one billion […]

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Oakvillegreen Youth Night: Racing Extinction

The biggest story in the world. In Racing Extinction, filmmaker Louie Psihoyos, along with activists, scientists and others, draw attention to mankind’s role in a potential loss of at least half of the world’s species. Join us for never-before-seen footage of the impact of humans on endangered species all over the world. We are looking for students who are eager […]

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Eco-Film Series: Greenvaders

In Halton, we produced about 151kg/capita in 2015. That’s about 300 pounds of garbage per person in one year. We’ve noticed that the only problem we seem to focus on is where to put all this garbage, and not how to reduce how much we produce. It’s not an option for us to sit still while decisions are being made that […]

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Andrew Nisker’s GARBAGE: The Revolution Starts at Home

Halton Green Screens is pleased to announce the Oakville Center’s screening of Garbage: The Revolution Starts at Home on Tuesday November 22 at 8pm. Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home is a documentary about how the family household has become one of the most ferocious environmental predators of our time. Concerned for the future of his son, writer and director […]

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Eco Film Series: Life Off Grid

We’re kicking off our 2016 Fall Eco-Film Series with a focus on solutions; let’s shift our attention to what we can do, who’s already doing it and how we can follow their example. There are people all over the world who are switching to renewable energy to power their homes, and we want to share with you the struggles but […]

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Movie in the Forest: The Jungle Book

Movie In The Forest 2016 is a free outdoor movie event in support of the Oakville Fare Share Food Bank. This year, Halton Green Screen’s is proud to partner in presenting Disney’s The Jungle Book! Bring a blanket, a donation to the food bank and join us for a night under the canopy of Forster Park!   Based on the […]

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