Live Music + 16mm Film Screening

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Live Music + 16mm Film Screening

June 9 @ 7:00 pm9:00 pm PDT


Kootenay Moving Pictures in partnership with Vancouver’s Echo Park Center North are pleased to offer a free community event at the former Japanese United Church in New Denver!!


Sunday June 9

Free screening with music & bingo, bring your own snacks

former Japanese United Church, 212 7th Ave

Doors 7pm, Music 7:30, Screening 8pm

Music by Lisa Marr and Friends (formerly of the band CUB)

Screening films on 16mm by Nelson’s Siloën Daley, Vancouver’s Lisa Marr and Paolo Davanzo among others. Some of the artists will be in attendance to present their work and will talk about filmmaking as an art medium!

The films selected celebrate play and community, proudly incorporate a love of living things, highlight deep personal expression, and promote positive change through actions. The programming is aimed at a general audience with a run-time of an average feature film.

Artists in attendance:

Siloën Daley is a Kootenay kid who founded Carbon Arc Cinema, a community art house in Halifax as well as the Animation Festival of Halifax. She loves community building through the arts.

Paolo Davanzo is a filmmaker, educator and one of the co-founders of the Echo Park Film Center in 2001. He believes in the power of cinema and storytelling to bring love and hope to the world.

Lisa Marr loves making movies and music with communities all over the world. She’s been part of the Echo Park Film Center Family since 2001.



June 9
7:00 pm–9:00 pm PDT
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Former Japanese United Church
212 7th Ave
New Denver,
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Kootenay Moving Pictures
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