In its FINALE event of the series, Green Wednesdays at KPU is screening the visually stunning documentary" JUMBO WILD" (90 min).
In its 9th annual series, Green Wednesdays at KPU is screening a visually stunning and multi-award-winning documentary "The Messenger" (89 min)
In its 9th annual series, Green Wednesdays at KPU is screening a brand new documentary "To The Ends of the Earth" by local producer/director David Lavallee (who also made White Water Black Gold). It explores the rise of extreme energy and our necessary shift to a sustainable future.
KPU - Green Wednesday screening of Riverblue
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To the Kick-off Event of this season's GREEN Wednesdays at KPU!
This month’s Green Wednesday at KPU Langley will screen “Seeds of Time" Guest speaker Dave Katzel. This is a passionate and personal journey that may save the one resource we cannot live without: Seeds. Join us to learn more about seed saving at KPU and in your community.
This month’s Green Wednesday at KPU Langley is screening the 2015 award-winning film “Merchants of Doubt" by Director Robert Kenner from "Food Inc.". This is a documentary that looks at pundits-for-hire who present themselves as scientific authorities as they speak about topics like toxic chemicals, pharmaceuticals and climate change.
In its 8th annual series, Green Wednesdays at KPU Langley is screening "Tipping Point: The End of Oil" this month. Door prizes, refreshments and post-film Q&A with climate change expert Matt Horne from the Pembina Institute.
For our FINALE of the season, we are screening "REVOLUTION" (CDN 2012) 90 min. Join us as we celebrate another fantastic year with great door prizes and yummy treats from Nature's Fare Markets!
Join us March 11, 2015, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Langley campus, Room 1030, to see "Feeding Frenzy – The Food Industry, Marketing and Creation of a Health Crisis" (2013 USA) 57 min. We are in the midst of a health crisis. Why? What’s changed over the past 30 years? Who’s responsible? What do the experts say?