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Learn.

Thought-provoking conversations and presentations from experts in the industry.

Seats are limited but the learning is endless.

Friday, Oct 4th

Roundtable Discussion

Location: Super Wonder Gallery, 584 College Street (College/Clinton)

Time: 3:10pm-4:40pm

Always been curious about the intricacies of how to put a carefully crafted documentary together? How do you interview to coax the story out of your subjects? How do you make the right decisions on format, style and all of the other choices that are made? Join us for a round table conversation with JR Reid (Motioneer), Abby Ainsworth (Stage: The Culinary Internship), and more.

Panel Discussion

Location: Super Wonder Gallery, 584 College Street (College/Clinton)

Time: 5:10pm-6:40pm

 

The complexity of the global food supply system impacts us all. This multifaceted structure is affected and has effects on climate change. Food waste, pesticides,  animal waste disposal,  and product transportation to name a few, can all add up to a large carbon footprint. But there are ways to live more sustainably and reduce our individual carbon footprints.  Join passionate speakers to learn what the food industry is doing to eat more sustainably.

SATURDAY, Oct 5th

A conversation with Nick Saul led by Pay Chen.

Location: Super Wonder Gallery, 584 College Street (College/Clinton)

Time: 11:00am-12:00pm

 

Join interviewer Pay Chen as she sits down with Order of Canada Appointee, Nick Saul. In an intimate conversation the pair will delve into issues surrounding Canadian poverty and food insecurity drawing on Nick’s extensive work as co-founder, President and CEO of Community Food Centres Canada. By sharing stories of hope, community and how lives can be changed through food you’ll leave feeling inspired and empowered.

Panel Discussion

Location: Super Wonder Gallery, 584 College Street (College/Clinton)

Time: 12:45pm-2:15pm

There's no doubt that starting your own business takes a lot of work. Localrestaurant owners and experts, tell their stories on new beginnings and struggles in an industryfull of hope. Moderated by Michelle Jobin, they’ll share their stories and offer insight to the audience.

Panel Discussion

Location: Super Wonder Gallery, 584 College Street (College/Clinton)

Time: 2:45pm-4:15pm

People have been predicting the demise of movie theatres for decades and yet it is still a multi-billion dollar industry.  Join industry leaders and experts as they discuss what the future of film looks like from the latest technology and digital ethics to diversity and sustainability efforts. 

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