Tuesday, September 06, 2011
Save Nov 11-13, 2011! The Free Thinking Film Society is putting on it's second annual film Festival. It will be bigger and better than last year's extravaganza!!!
Free Thinking Film Festival Brings Pro-Democracy Films to Ottawa!
On November 11th, 2011, The Free Thinking Film Society kicks off its 2nd annual film festival to celebrate liberty, freedom and democracy. The Free Thinking Film Festival will feature three major events, two panel discussion and over 20 films, between November 11-13, 2011 at Library and Archives Canada and the Bronson Centre. There will also be a Free Thinking Alley where attendees can buy books and DVDs, and enjoy food and drink.
"I love celebrating liberty, freedom and democracy," says Free Thinking Film President Fred Litwin. "Get ready for three days of challenging films and discussions with no political-correctness."
The Festival opens at 6:30 PM November 11th with History Wars, a debate between Jack Granatstein (Historian and former director of the Canadian War Museum) and Michael Byers (Professor of Political Science at UBC) on the future of the Canadian military, moderated by Michael Bliss. This event is co-sponsored by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute and will take place at the Bronson Centre.
The Festival will end with "Unmasked: Judeophobia and the Threat to Civilization", the Canadian premiere of a documentary about the current political assault against Israel. Producer Gloria Greenfield will be in attendance.
Other films include "Angryphone," about English language rights in Quebec; "The Biases of the CBC," a film and panel discussion on CBC bias against Israel and conservatives; "The Power of the Powerless," a look at the velvet revolution that toppled communism in Czechoslovakia; "The Living," a film about the Ukrainian famine of the 1930s; "Freedom of What?cott," a documentary about free speech in Saskatchewan; "Freedom Fighter," Rev. Majed El Shafie's campaign against discrimination against religious minorities around the world; "The 10 Conditions of Love," about Rubiya Kadeer, the leader of the Uyghur people and their fight to save their culture; "Cool It," why we should 'cool it' when it comes to global warming; "3 Billion and Counting," tells us why we need DDT to fight malaria in Africa; and many, many other films.
The list of events can be seen at www.freethinkingfilmfest.ca
Free Thinking Film Society show films that promote limited government, free market economies, and the dignity of the individual, and a healthy respect for Western culture.