National Canadian Film Day
Wednesday April 17, 2019  6:30pm - 8:30pm (2 Hours )
Gallery / Exhibit Wheelchair Accessible

This year will mark six years of celebrating the incredible achievements of our nation’s filmmakers, with Canadian film screenings and events across the country. More significantly, it marks an important milestone: the centennial of Canada’s first genuine blockbuster, and oldest surviving feature film, Nell Shipman’s: Back to God’s Country, a sassy, snowy adventure story that remains Canada’s most successful silent film. We will celebrate by looking back on the past 100 years of Canadian cinema, offering a selection of films.

We will be screening: Breadwinner
Registration is required.

Free

Poster
Library
440 Main Street
Kentville, Nova Scotia

679-2544

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