coyote film festival

Coyote Film Festival

Calpine Geothermal Visitor’s Center
15500 Central Park Road, Middletown, CA
2:00PM, Saturday, July 26th
and
8:00PM, Saturday, July 26th




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Planet in Focus Winter Solstice Celebration

Join Planet in Focus for a free film screening of The Call of the Hummingbird in celebration of Winter Solstice
December 21 @ 8:15pm
Cecil Community Centre
58 Cecil Street (at Spadina)
Toronto




Film Festival Info

Travelling World Community Film Festival 2008

Saturday January 26th
4:30pm
Showplace Box Office
290 George St. N.
Peterborough




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DOCSDF 2007

September 28 @ 4:00pm, Cinemania Loreto II, Plaza Loreto
Av. Revolucion & Rio Magdalena
San AngelL
Mexico

September 30 @ 12:30 & OCT 5 @ 7:30pm
Cinemex Casa de Arte II, Anatole France 120 Colonia Polanco
Mexico




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Planet In Focus 2007

Alice will be a panelist on the GreenTOpia Panel
Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue, Toronto ON
Saturday October 27th
3:00pm




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FICMAC 2007

Al Teatre Modern
6:30PM Wednesday, June 6
Placa de la Villa 5-6; El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain


Divine Light � Saturday, June 16

Best-selling author Daniel Pinchbeck (2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl and Breaking Open the Head: A Psychedelic Journey into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism) will be in Toronto to discuss art, psychedelics, and the end of time. He will join film-maker Alice Klein and artists Scott Peterson and Morgan Maher at the DeLeon White Gallery for an event that marks the opening of Divine Light, a 15-day sound-installation conceived and directed by Scott Peterson.

Divine Light is a sound-sculpture celebrating illumination and the human spirit. It offers an abstract reference to the music of the spheres as nine pairs of speakers play compositions corresponding in ratio to the rotations of the planets in our solar system. “It gathers together visions and visionaries, sound and music, environments and ecologies, shedding light on our relationships with the celestial, while referencing the immediate challenges of life within Earth and the life of the Earth.” Ayahuasca-inspired images by Morgan Maher, in which shifting trajectories and emerging, camouflaged wildlife appear and mirage, offer visual counterpoints to the sonic-landscape.

A screening of Call of the Hummingbird will open the evening (6:00 pm), followed by a panel discussion with Daniel Pinchbeck, Alice Klein, Scott Peterson and Morgan Maher.

At the DeLeon White Gallery, 1139 College Street (West of Dufferin). Doors open at 5:00 pm.


Cafe Taste Sunday, June 17

Cafe Taste, Parkdale’s Wine & Cheese Bar, will host a special screening of Call of the Hummingbird at 9:00 pm on Sunday, June 17. Cafe Taste is located at 1330 Queen Street West (near Dufferin).


Beats, Breaks and Culture – Saturday, July 7

Back for its 4th year, Beats, Breaks and Culture (B.B.C.) takes place at Harbourfront from July 6-8 and is a celebration of electronic music and culture in all of its facets from house, hip hop, electronic and beyond. This year, B.B.C. explores the theme of nature and technology as it intersects and conflicts with our vision of a sustainable future. Tour the history of electronic music, starting with its roots in soul, funk and jazz; listen in on the present, then continue to the future, where electronic music intermingles and meshes with contemporary global sounds. B.B.C. focuses on Canada’s leading electronic artists and international electronic artists from live bands, producers and DJs. It will also be exploring the links between all electronic music and technology through film, video and workshops.

A screening of Call of the Hummingbird is part of this year’s B.B.C. line-up and will take place on Saturday, July 7 at 5:00 pm in the Studio Theatre.



SXSW FILM FESTIVAL 2007

Austin Convetion Center
3:45PM Wednesday March 14
11:00AM Friday March 16



Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival

Bloor Cinema
4:00PM Sunday April 22
506 Bloor Street West, Toronto ON

ROM Theatre
7:30PM Sunday April 29
100 Queen’s Park, inside the Royal Ontario Museum