Free Outdoor Screening of Metamorphosis!

Free Outdoor Screening of Metamorphosis!

Join us for an encore screening of METAMORPHOSIS, directed by Velcrow Ripper and Nova Ami

Thursday August 23 | 8:00pm panel discussion, 8:30pm film screening
Robson Square (north side) 
Bring a blanket or pillow to sit on! 

Metamorphosis confronts beauty and loss with powerful visual imagery. The stories of scientists, artists, and activists fighting the global environmental crisis are woven through with stunning imagery to deliver a powerful message of transformation.

Panelists will include:

Jeremy Moorhouse manages Clean Energy Canada’s clean transportation program and is Clean Energy Canada’s inhouse technical lead. In this role, he has co-authored several reports including What A Clean Fuel Standard Can Do for Canada, A Clean Economy and Jobs Plan for British Columbia as well as Lock in Jobs not Pollution and The Cleanest LNG in the World?, a pair of reports on B.C.’s proposed LNG industry. He represents Clean Energy Canada at the Energy Forum – a unique collaboration between clean power producers and NGOs in British Columbia. Jeremy is an engineer with more than ten years' experience in improving the environmental performance of energy systems across Canada. Before joining our team, he served as a technical analyst with the Pembina Institute in Calgary and completed a master’s degree in Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University.

Biranne Miller is a marine biologist turned entrepreneur with a passion for driving positive change. As an expert in zero waste living and local food systems, she loves connecting people to their environment and coming up with creative solutions to complex conservation problems. Having seen firsthand the impacts of our current food system on the oceans, Brianne is committed to revolutionizing the food system from the ground up so that future generations can continue to enjoy and benefit from the world’s oceans. Brianne is the founder of Nada, a package-free grocery store on a mission to inspire people to change the way they shop for groceries. She is a United Nations #notwasting ambassador, sits on the Vancouver Food Policy Council, and is a 2018 SheEO venture winner. 

Matt Horne is the City of Vancouver’s climate policy manager. He is responsible for delivering on the City's commitment to have 100% of the energy used in Vancouver come from renewable sources before 2050. He also advises senior management, and mayor and council on climate change policy issues. Prior to joining the City, Matt worked for the Pembina Institute helping to advance climate change policy in B.C. and across Canada. He has a Master of Resource Management degree from Simon Fraser University, and a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree from Dalhousie University.

Filmmakers Velcrow Ripper and Nova Avi will also be in attendance. Read their bios here

In partnership with Tides Canada
With support from the Downtown Vancouver BIA, Vancity enviroFund and McMedia AV Services

For more information about the film and to watch the trailer, please click here