Hosted by Halton Green Screens at Film.ca Cinemas in Oakville. Bring your own bowl for popcorn and enter for a door prize: a pair of festival passes for Planet In Focus!
Admission: $2/student, $5/adult
Hosted by Thomas Beckman at the Canadian Music Centre
Join us for an evening of music and film. Performing live, the acclaimed Borealis String Quartet will show us why they are one of the most important exponents of new Canadian classical music today. A screening of Trevor Meier's latest thought-provoking documentary 'A New Economy:' a film that explores the central idea of 'collaboration versus competition,' will directly follow to end off the night. A cash bar, and light snacks shall be provided.
All proceeds will go towards the first in a series of professionally produced music videos of contemporary string quartet works by up-and-coming BC composers, in conjunction with the Jean Coulthard String Quartet Readings.
For more info on event and tickets, go here: https://conceptionbay.wixsite.com/aneweconomy
After 5 years at the corner of Pacific and Carral, Sole Food farms will be relocating its headquarters to a location soon to be announced.
Join us on September 6th from 7-10pm for an outdoor screening of the documentary film, A New Economy, to help us send off our old home and support us in this important move
The film, now on Netflix, was shot in part at our farms and tells the story of several organizations that are putting humanity before the bottom line.
Bring your own beach chair or blanket and come early for BBQ, food trucks, farm tours and pre-show entertainment by The Carnival Band, food and drink by Sole Food Farms, Salt Spring Coffee, Biota Fermentation, and Urban Wood Fired Pizza.
Tickets are by donation in advance or at the gate--donate $50 or more and receive a signed copy of our book, 'Street Farms' as well as a guaranteed seat front and centre to the screen.
Bike racks | Free Parking Available | Silent Auction | Retail Sales
Thanks to the ongoing support of FirstOntario Credit Union and FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, the Niagara Co-op Network, in conjunction with Social Enterprise Niagara, are thrilled to co-present Niagara's first screening of A New Economy. Following the movie, participants are encouraged to join an open forum discussion led by Laurie Ryan-Hill, Niagara Regional Manager (On Co-op) and Tom Jakop, Committee Organizer (Social Enterprise Niagara). If you desire a more sustainable Niagara, want to know more about social enterprise and the co-op movement, this is one screening you don't want to miss!
Tickets will be $7 for Film House Members and $9 for the general public.
Join us for a 3 course organic feast and a great documentary, A New Economy: what if working together for the good of all was the most common business model? Watch, as several organizations strive towards building a more cooperative future. By putting humanity before the bottom line, they are finding their place in an economy previously dominated by profits and big business.
We will be having guest speakers on alternative ways of living.
Look out for multiple screenings of A New Economy in the New Zealand Architecture &
Design film festival!
Auckland May 4-17
Wellington May 18 - June 4
Dunedin June 8-18
Christchurch June 29 - July 12
Check back for more information on specific screening times as they become available
Join us for a screening in Whanganui, hosted by Confluence Coworking!
Venue: Confluence Coworking Collaboration Space, 15 Watt St, Whanganui, 4500, New Zealand
The screening starts at 5:30pm and will be followed by a discussion of issues raised in the film.
Tickets $15, you can find more information here
The Permaculture Calgary Guild, Green Sanctuary Calgary committee of the Unitarian Church of Calgary and Arusha Centre are coming together to screen 'A New Economy'.
Gerald Wheatley, Manager of The Arusha Centre will be outlining how aspects of 'A New Economy' are already in action in Calgary and how we can help build a more equitable community right now.
6:00 pm doors open
6:30 pm dessert and appetizer potluck
7:00 pm A New Economy
Post-film Discussion with Gerald Wheatley
Donations will be accepted at the door to offset public screening costs.
No one will ever be turned away for lack of funds....
Unitarian Church of Calgary
1703 - 1 Street NW, Calgary, Alberta T2M 4P4
Quinte First Credit Union, the Aron Theatre Co-op and ON Co-op have organized this special night and admission is free. Please feel free to invite family and friends as well. Of course, there is limited seating, but hopefully we will have room for everyone.
After the film (1 hour and 25 minute running time), there will be a panel discussion and an audience Q&A. It is sure to be an interesting conversation, with a diverse panel bringing insight from the co-operative and credit union sector. Panel members include Carrie Gregoire, Quinte First CEO; Russ Christianson, founding president of Aron Theatre Co-op; Kerr Smith, Co-operative Educator (On Co-op and Gay Lea Foods) and Mary Miller, Quinte First Board Member (and former VanCity CU board member).
Location: Aron Theatre
54 Bridge St. East, Campbellford
Help celebrate cooperation and collaboration in the Kootenays and join us on Thursday, March 30 for a screening.
The screening is being organized by a group of dedicated West Kootenay co-operators, including representatives from Nelson & District Credit Union, Kootenay Savings Credit Union, Kootenay Insurance Services Ltd. and the Rossland Sustainability Commission.
Thursday, March 30, 2017 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm (movie starts at 7:00pm)
The Old Firehall, Rossland, BC
Please bring a cash or non-perishable donation in support of the Rossland Food Bank.
Join us to for a screening of A New Economy and afterwards to make connections with like-minded people interested in starting co-operatives in the Waikato (food, housing/land, business, social purpose)
VENUE: University of Waikato, Management School of Business, Rooms 1.36 & 1.37
Admission is FREE! Pre-register for tickets here
This event is co-hosted by Shama CDS and The Waikato New Economy Collective
Join us at Canada Summit Centre in historic downtown Huntsville for our screening of A New Economy. The screening is hosted by Muskoka North Good Food Co-operative with support from Local Organic Food Co-op Networks.
Afterwards, stay and enjoy some good food and drinks and participate in our community conversation about the new economy!
Admission: $7 Co-op member-owners; $10 non-members
Tickets available here
On Thursday, March 9, register for a screening & discussion of A New Economy.
Doors open at 4:30 pm. The film screening starts at 5:00 pm sharp!
The screening will be followed by a discussion about the film, co-ops, and the new economy movement and how we might look at doing things differently.
The University of British Columbia
Henry Angus Building, Room 968
2053 Main Mall
This event is FREE! Register here.
On February 28th, Huron University College will host a screening of A New Economy in the Great Hall.
The screening is taking place during the "Ethical Consumption Symposium", an event put on by the World University Service of Canada to promote ethical consumption choices.
The event sponsored by Uniterra and entrance is FREE!
Join Kootenay Savings and the Healthy Community Society of the Slocan Valley for a screening of A New Economy.
Village Hearth Restaurant
Restaurant opens at 5:00 pm
Film screening starts at 7:00 pm
Contact Village Hearth 250.358.2449 for more information
The screening is free!