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EDGE Film Festival
Hosted by the UBC School of Nursing
Date: 06 Apr 2017
Presented by: UBC School of Nursing - Alumni Engagement Committee & Office of Research and Teaching Scholarship
Room: Royal Bank Cinema @ the Chan Centre
6265 Crescent Road, UBC, Vancouver (MAP)
Time: 7-9:30 (Doors Open at 6:30; Light refreshments)
Tickets: $10 (Tickets must be purchased online)
The UBC School of Nursing's Alumni Engagement Committee in collaboration with the Office of Nursing Research & Teaching Scholarship are pleased to present a stunning series of short films reflecting people's lived experiences and the research-informed programs that have made a meaningful difference for them and their families.
The DUDES Club (16 min)
A brotherhood for men's health started in Vancouver's downtown eastside.
Evidence of a Struggle (6 min)
High school teacher uses hip hop to reduce mental health stigma.
Work 2 Give (5 min)
How meaningful work can be transformative for incarcerated Aboriginal men.
Reclaiming our Spirits (26 min)
Documents the experiences of Indigenous women, elders, and nurses working together to heal from violence.
Bully/Abuse (4 min) & Still Here
Gay men stand up to suicide and bullying through art.