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A Time to Swim receives two more awards

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World Premiere of Grand Cru at Devour Food Film Fest!

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A Time to Swim gets Special Jury Mention at the Montreal First People’s Festival

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A Time to Swim receives Special Jury Prize at LAAPFF

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World Premiere of A Time to Swim in Los Angeles

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Forever Dad screening at the Su-Père Conference

Organized by the Regroupement pour la Valorisation de la Paternité (RVP), the annual Su-Père > more

Two nominations for Okpik’s Dream!

Okpik’s Dream has received two nominations! The film is up for > more

Okpik’s Dream wins the Grand Prix Rigoberta Menchu Award

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Okpik’s Dream to screen at Montreal First People’s Festival

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World Premiere of Lost Rivers as PIF Opening Night Gala!

Catbird is thrilled to announce the World Premiere of Lost Rivers, a feature documentary written and directed by Caroline Bâcle, as the Opening Night Gala of the Planet in Focus International Environmental Film Festival. The screening takes place on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 and is followed by the opening night party at the Hyatt Regency.

WORLD PREMIERE
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
7pm
TIFF Bell Lightbox, Cinema 1
350 King Street West
Toronto, Canada

Tickets go on sale Thursday, September 20.
The Festival runs from October 10-14, 2012.

Once flowing through nearly every developed city in the world, rivers provided the infrastructure upon which modern metropolises were built. In this adventurous and revelatory look into the disappearance and recent resurfacing of these historic waterways, Lost Rivers leads us down the drain into vast underground museums of urban development.

Guiding us through the hidden river networks of London, Brescia (Italy), Montreal and Toronto, intrepid groups of subterranean explorers known as “drainers” reveal the buried waterways that house the secrets of each city’s past. Exploring recent initiatives to resurface and revitalize these forgotten waterways in Yonkers and Seoul, the fascinating Lost Rivers brings to life an aspect of urban ecology that has long been kept secret.