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)
NEW VENUE: Royal Bank Cinema @ the Chan Centre
6265 Crescent Road, UBC, Vancouver (MAP use the Royal Bank Cinema side entrance #2)
Time: 7-9:30 (Doors Open at 6:30; Light refreshments at Intermission)
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.
From a Dark Room (27 min)
Picturing a better world for First Nations women experiencing violence.
Bully/Abuse (4 min) & Still Here
Gay men stand up to suicide and bullying through art.