March 25, 2016 – 1:00 pm 3:30 pm Toronto Screening of “The Fight for Bala”

Following recent text (which I have shortened slightly) is from Geoff Kettel:

Correction

The Fight for Bala is showing at 1.00.p.m. on Friday – as well as at 3.30 – at Waterdocs per the event schedule at http://ecologos.ca/water-docs-2016/

Rob Stewart is apparently expected to participate (via Skype) with Jonah in the Q&A after the 1.00 p.m. film showing .

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The short documentary THE FIGHT FOR BALA is about saving a waterfall in Muskoka for future generations. It is by award-winning film makers Rob (“Sharkwater”) Stewart and Jonah (“A Sweet Spot in Time”) Bryson. It is presented as another example of a small community striving to preserve its priceless heritage from mindless destruction by a far-away and seemingly unaware and uncaring provincial government, now aided and abetted by the collaborating local mayor and his clique of councillors.

Friday March 25, 2016 at 1.00 p.m. and 3.30 p.m.
At the Daniels Spectrum Centre a.k.a. Regent Park Arts and Culture Centre, On Dundas between Sumach and Sackville streets.

The 1.00 p.m. showing is followed by a Q & A with Jonah Bryson and Rob Stewart.

Come as you are (please). No RSVP expected.

Jonah Bryson

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The following earlier text is from an email from Built Heritage News:

The Fight For Bala

The short documentary is about saving a waterfall in Muskoka for future generations. It is by award-winning film makers Rob (Sharkwater) Stewart and Jonah (A Sweet Spot in Tim) Bryson. It is presented as another example of a small community striving to preserve its priceless heritage from mindless destruction by a far-away myopic uncaring government.

Friday March 25, 2016 at 3.30 p.m.

At the Daniels Spectrum Centre a.k.a. Regent Park Arts and Culture Centre, On Dundas between Sumach and Sackville streets.

Followed by Q & A with Jonah Bryson.

Come as you are. No RSVP expected.

Jonah Bryson

[End of text]

Previous posts about Bala Falls

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Some time ago I made a brief online video about Bala Falls featuring Tom Millar:

Tom Millar Speaks: On Saving Bala Falls

 

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