CNIB Barrie is pleased to be hosting a screening of "8% No Limit" in Barrie, on Thursday August 25 at 7pm, at the Barrie Uptown Theater (55 Dunlop St W). There will be a Q&A session after the screening with blind ultrarunner, Rhonda-Marie Avery, and film director, Lisa Lightbourn-Lay.
We are also excited to announce that author, advocate, elite endurance athlete Jean-Paul Bédard will be joining us to sign his recently release book, Running Into Yourself and will join Rhonda-Marie in a post screening chat on adversity. Copies of Running Into Yourself will be available to buy at the cinema.
*TICKETS CAN ALSO BE PURCHASE ON DAY OF SCREENING AT THEATRE.
8% No Limit will be screening at the Durham Region Film Festival (DRFF). It began in 2015 as a locally focused event, held at two distinct venues to showcase the remarkable world of films and filmmaking. Taking full advantage of Durham’s cultural landscape, it was held at the elegant Regent Theatre and extraordinary Docville Movie Set, offering the magical experience of film both on screen and behind the scenes.
The Zonta Film Festival started in 2011 to showcase women documentary filmmakers and advocate for the empowerment of women. It is a fundraiser by the Zonta Club of Kitchener-Waterloo, for local women’s non profits and charities in Waterloo Region.
8% No Limit will be screening at the Bay Street Film Festival. An annual media arts festival that presents Canadian and International films, videos and film installations of all genres at a number of venues in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Celebrating its twelfth anniversary from September 15-18, 2016.
For 60 years, Inclusion BC has been at the forefront of change. Inclusion BC will host the 2016 Conference, “IGNITE” in Prince George, BC from June 23 – 25, 2016. It will spark new ideas and fuel conversations about current trends and issues to advance the rights and opportunities of people with developmental disabilities and their families with the latest information and resources on developmental disability, human rights, and full inclusion.