Many thanks go to all who helped this year's festival happen, to make it work by coming to see the films...and for working on some aspect of the change that inspires you after viewing the films at our festival. Please come again and tell your friends!
March 5-9th 2014
UBC Okanagan & Okanagan College
Wed March 5th 12-2pm: UBCO University Theater
Thurs March 6th 3-8pm: Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society (442 Leon Ave)
Fri March 7th 5-10pm: UBCO University Theater
Sat March 8th 10-9pm: Okanagan College (1000 KLO Rd)
Sun March 9th 11-8:30pm: Okanagan College (1000 KLO Rd)
Saturday March 8th, 10:00-3:00, we share the day with Seedy Saturday
(held in the Okanagan College E Building Atrium)
Come and share in all the films, seeds, and great community!
Great food and baked goods are available both Saturday and Sunday at the College. Please bring your own cup and enjoy popcorn, organic and local foods!
Sunday's mains will be provided by Giulio Piccioli, who is a local chef that promotes a love local philosophy in the Okanagan Valley. If You would like to learn more about One Big Table visit his facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/ onebigtable - or web site - http://www.onebigtable.ca/
Many thanks go out to all our Sponsors!
One Big Table-local food philosophy
World Community Film Festival, Kelowna presents the 11th Annual Travelling World Community Film Festival March 5-9th, 2014. Films will be screened at UBC Okanagan, Ki low Na Friendship Centre and at Okanagan College (KLO Campus). See the schedule pages for film, schedule, and room details.
The film program this year has confirmed 31 documentary films from around the world. The Travelling World Community Film Festival is known for the incredible breadth of topics covered as well as for the first class quality of the productions screened--these are films that are sure to educate, entertain and inspire. Selected films include:
Film topics include environmental, social justice and human rights issues. This event is supported by Okanagan College's Department of Communications and the OC Faculty Association, and UBC Okanagan's Cultural Studies Department. We make it happen locally with a dedicated group of volunteers who love and appreciate what this festival brings to our bioregion. The events are non-profit and support our community by raising funds for local community groups.
We welcome Okanagan residents of all ages to enjoy this year's festival.
Admission to films is FREE: Donations are accepted to support the festival AND for the Ki-low-na Friendship Centre and Inn from the Cold.
The Festival is pleased to be joined by the Kelowna Community Seed Swap which will be held Saturday March 8th, in the Okanagan College Atrium Centre for Learning Building from 10-3 pm.
Co-sponsored by the
KLO Campus Okanagan College
University of BC- Okanagan
Our Festival is located in two venues:
University of British Columbia-Okanagan:
Wed & Friday (March 5 & 7)
in the University Theater 026
Okanagan College : Saturday & Sunday
(March 8 & 9)
in the Student Centre Theatre and second theatre H115. We will have food services provided by the Kelowna Waldorf School during the Seedy Saturday in the E Building Atrium, and Sunday we will have good healthy food with mains by Chef Giulio Piccoli in the Student Services Building for both lunch and dinner times. On Saturday and Sunday please also visit our Interactive Activists Arena located in the Student Pit in Student Services Builidng
Ki Low Na Friendship Centre
The map to the left indicates where on UBCO grounds our festival will be located. The University Theatre is located on Alumni Ave across from the new Engineering Building.
This map on the left indicates the Ki Low Na Friendship Society location. This will be the showing location for our Festival on March 6th, 2014
442 Leon Ave, Kelowna, BC V1Y 6J3