Past Event

It’s all happening so fast: a film series that questions some assumptions about our relationship to nature

11,75$ (seniors and students: 9,50$)
Taxes and fees included

Where: Paul-Desmarais Theatre of the Canadian Centre for Architecture (1920 Baile Street)

*It will be possible to buy tickets at the doors. Credit card payment only.

Tickets include admission to the CCA exhibitions on the day of the film. Tours of the exhibition It’s All Happening So Fast take place on Saturdays at 2 pm (English) and at 3:30 pm (French), and Thursdays at 2 pm and at 5 pm (English), and at 3:30 pm and 5:30 pm (French).

The Phi Centre and the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) are pleased to announce a new partnership to screen a number of award-winning films as part of the CCA exhibition It‘s All Happening So Fast, A Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment.

From now through April 20, cinemagoers and architecture buffs can enjoy two exclusive screenings per month shining the spotlight on the point where the seventh art and the environmental crisis become one.

Photo credit: The Babushkas of Chernobyl

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