This is one of a growing number of neighbourhood Film Festivals which you don't hear too much about.

The Green Team at Eglinton St. George’s United Church, 35 Lytton Blvd , Toronto, ON (6 blocks south of Lawrence, 1 block west of Yonge Street) is planning an afternoon and evening of the latest and best Hot Documentaries on the Environment on Saturday, November 1 from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Come for a feast of learning and viewing, enjoy a gourmet meal of local and organic food, purchase a few energy saving products, discover all the latest environmental news in the Lytton Park neighbourhood and have a wonderful time!


Geegee Mills (416) 489-0708.


Only $15.00 Call to reserve your seats. Phone: (416) 481-1141, ext. 250 VISA and MasterCard

Festival Films to be shown

Toxic TrespassThe effect of toxins on the body as a result of industrial activity.

The World According to MonsantoThe quest for market supremacy (in genetically modified organisms) to the detriment of global food security and environmental stability.

Crude ImpactAs our dependence on diminishing oil resources continues to grow, what does it mean for our way of life and our world?

Forbidden ForestAn effort to secure a new environmentally sustainable forestry policy.

Weather ReportHow climate change affects people’s lives around the world.

CrapshootScientists warn of links between sewage practices and potential health risks.

Organic PropheciesHow a successful farmer can produce a variety of foods without using potentially harmful genetically modified organisms, chemical fertilizers or herbicides.

Dead in the WaterHow scarcity of water has led corporations to attempt to privatize what many consider a public trust – access to clean drinking water.

Deep BlueNature in its primeval state; the beauty, majesty and power of the ocean and the life that lives above and below the waves.

The Secret of Life on EarthPortrays the beauty of plant and animal life on the planet that is endangered by the use of fossil fuels.

Refugees of the Blue PlanetThe stories of people whose lives have been uprooted because of environmental degradation.

Four Wings and a PrayerThe breathtaking journey of the monarch butterfly from Canada to the endangered forests of Mexico.


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