FILM SCREENING INVITATION – FRIDAY, JUNE 26TH AT 7PM – Dyer Fitness – 3972 Hasting Street, Burnaby, BC
The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating society’s narrow definition of masculinity.
Director: Jennifer Siebel Newsom – Miss Representation
Q & A discussion will follow the film screening, facilitated and led by Loren Spagnuolo with the support of a 4-panel group member of experts in their respective fields.
Four panel group member:
Navid Fallah, Support Worker with Street Smarts Leadership Program- http://touchfam.ca/
Dr. Lisa Ferrari, R. Psych – http://drlisaferrari.com/
Lana Maree, Somatic Yoga Educator – http://www.rizzeyoga.com/
One more panel member TBC
SEATED IS LIMITED – your payment is confirmed entry. Payment details:
No cash at door
Adults – $15.00
Youth & Senior – $10.00
Sorry for not being able to be definite about the next possible screening of the Mask You Live In.
The organizer is working on finding a venue and now the proposed date of the screening in Vancouver is Friday June 26.
I will let you know more details when I get them
Mask You Live In possible screening if enough interest
It would happen in Vancouver on Friday July 3, 2015
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The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating society’ s narrow definition of masculinity. Directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom
Date: Friday, May 29th @ 7pm at Unity of Vancouver – 5840 Oak Street
Q & A discussion will follow the film screening, facilitated and led by Loren Spagnuolo with the support of a 4-panel group member of experts in their respective fields. Group discussion to follow.
Tickets through Eventbrite
Youth & Seniors: $10.00