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ReFrame Film Festival 2018 will run from Thursday January 25 to Sunday January 28th! This is the 14th year for the festival that typically draws around 9,000 attendees! The festival aims to build strong, sustainable, and engaged community audiences through film and art. The films document issues of human rights and social justice, and cultivates discussions, thoughtful debate, and encourages activism in the local and global community.


There are a number of opportunities to be involved with ReFrame. You can donate to support the festival through REACH. ReFrame is a non-profit Canadian charity, and greatly appreciates the generous support from donors. There are opportunities to advertise, there are many opportunities to volunteer, be a food vendor, or sponsor a film.


The Mount will show on Saturday January 27th 4pm at The Venue. The film features the story of volunteers coming together to repurpose an abandoned convent and to make a place to meet community needs in Peterborough, Ontario. Film by: An Kosurko. There will also be a filmmaker
Q & A and post-film discussion at the Lett Architects office following the film. 

Pushback is a local film about homelessness, addiction and poverty in Peterborough through the lens of the Warming Room. The showing for Pushback is Sunday January 28th 4:45pm at Showplace. Film by: Mathew Hayes and Jon Hedderwick of Free Food Films. 

Check out the film schedule and buy your passes at the GreenUP store or online.

Come to the festival to learn, be inspired, and create dialogue about important societal issues.