Following the success of the first screening, we are hosting a second screening of Food For The Rest Of Us(link is external), followed by a discussion with the movie’s filmmakers Tiffany Ayalik and Caroline Cox!
When: Thursday, July 21 between 5:30 and 8:00 PM.
Where: Bain Mathieu(link is external) on 2915 Ontario Street East, H2K 1X7, Montréal
A light meal will be served at 5:30 pm and the screening will begin at 6 pm. The film will be followed by a discussion with director/co-producer Caroline Cox and co-producer Tiffany Ayalik who will be with us via video conference.
REGISTER HERE*(link is external)
*Seating in the screening room is limited. Be sure to reserve your tickets in advance.
If you have any accessibility needs or other questions please contact Lizzie at firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail) or email@example.com(link sends e-mail).
More about the film
Food for the Rest of Us is a film that shows us just how much farming is about activism. It takes an intimate look at the concept of food sovereignty and how marginalized people use food and agriculture to free themselves from oppression.
You can watch the trailer of the film here(link is external). Please note that the film will be shown with French subtitles. The discussion will be in English with translation into French.
More about the filmmakers
Following the screening, Caroline Cox and Tiffany Ayalik will join us for a discussion on their experiences, their work, and how it is advancing food systems that are more just, healthy, and sustainable.
|Caroline Cox is a Northwest Territories based filmmaker who lives off-grid and specializes in projects that focus on the culture, environment and lifestyles of Canada’s far north. Raised on a farm in Southern Ontario, Cox moved to the NWT as a young woman working as a folk musician before embracing film as her preferred medium for story-telling. A self-taught cinematographer and editor, Caroline brings a raw authentic lens to her storytelling in the remote part of Canada she has come to call home.
|Tiffany Ayalik is from Yellowknife, NT and is Inuk from the Kitikmeot region in Nunavut. It was in the North, listening to stories from her elders, that she discovered her love of storytelling, and the powerful change that hearing a story can bring about. Tiffany graduated ‘With Distinction’ with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Alberta. As a film actor, her work can be seen at many international film festivals. When she isn’t touring performing or composing, Tiffany enjoys teaching movement, song and storytelling. Tiffany is a Juno award winning musician and collaborates with her sister Inuksuk Mackay in their band PIQSIQ.