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Canadian Environmental Show

presented by Ecologyst
A thought-provoking and action-inspiring collection of films that highlight pressing environmental issues affecting Canada in 2022. This show includes three World Premieres and a panel discussion. Presented by Ecologyst.

Show Info


Wednesday March 2, 2022


Doors: 6:30pm
7:30pm - 10:00pm

Ticket Info

Advance Pricing

Adult: $25 CAD
Youth & Senior: $23 CAD


Adult: $27 CAD
Youth & Senior: $25 CAD

* Regular pricing starts Feb 25, 2022


40 mins |
Canada |
Cam William MacArthur
LANGUAGE(S): English
A decades-long battle to protect endangered old-growth forests in BC escalates at Fairy Creek.
World Premiere
8 mins |
Canada |
Damien T.C. Gillis
LANGUAGE(S): English
Journey to Namu to witness the unfolding travesty and the plan to resurrect the coastal commerce.
World Premiere
23 mins |
Canada |
Andrew Budziak
LANGUAGE(S): English
A story about our relationship with wolves – a relationship based on love, hate and fear.
World Premiere
11 mins |
Canada |
Carter Kirilenko
LANGUAGE(S): English
A film about the interconnectedness between wild salmon and the ancient forests.
Before They Fall Panel Discussion

Join the filmmakers and characters from ‘Before They Fall’ as they take the stage to discuss their individual relationships with ancient forests and why it’s imperative we protect them.



Momme Halbe, is a German-Canadian Producer at Ecologyst Films. He worked as a Communications Director and Production Manager at Whistler based Sherpas Cinema from 2011-2014 and worked as a freelance filmmaker and producer from 2014 to 2021. During that time Momme has produced and directed branded content, commercials and short documentaries.
Nikki Sanchez is a Pipil and Irish/Scottish academic, Indigenous media maker and environmental educator. She holds a master's degree in Indigenous governance and is completing a PhD with a research focus on emerging visual media technology as it relates to Indigenous ontology. For over a decade, she has worked as a wilderness guide, Indigenous environmental educator and decolonial curriculum advisor, and for two years she was the David Suzuki Foundation "Queen of Green."
Father of 3, a Ma’amtaglia Hereditary Chief, artist and a central character in the upcoming Ecologyst film - Before They Fall. Rande is known to his family as K’alapa and Chief Makwalawa.
Rose Henry is a Coast Salish Woman originally from Tla'amin from her mother's side of the family and Klahoose from her father's side. She believes that she can make a change in society if she remembers what she has been taught; that caring is sharing and give hope for a better society. If she sticks to her beliefs of community, consultation and collaboration and puts in the effort, it will be worth all of the volunteering she has invested in trying to make changes. In her community what happens to one person affects all of us.
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Feb 24 - Mar 5, 2023

Evening Show

Adult: $27 | Youth/Senior: $25

Feature Film / Matinee

Adult: $17 | Youth/Senior: $15


Adult: $40 | Youth/Senior: $38


  • MULTI-SHOW OFFER: Get 10% off when you add 2 or more different in-person show or workshop tickets to your cart. Must be the same ticket type to qualify e.g. 2 adult tickets. Discount automatically applied in cart. Cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts.



Jan 25 – March 12, 2023

Single Show: $18
Feature Film: $10
Online Film Pass: $90


  • OFFER: Get access to an additional 68 mountain films with 30% off the VIMFF 2023 Online Film Pass when you purchase a ticket to an in-person show or workshop (Save $27). Discount is automatically applied in cart.
  • We want to make the films accessible to everyone, so for those experiencing hardship due to their current economic situation, we have created a discount code to give $2 off single online show tickets, $1 off feature film tickets and $5 off the Online Film Pass. Apply the coupon code, “vimff23” at checkout to receive this discount.
  • Tickets sales close on Mar 12 at 11:59pm (PDT) and you will have until Mar 26 at 11:59pm (PDT) to view the films.