Watch, engage, act.
Projecting Change is a 4-day film festival featuring award-winning documentaries and exploring themes such as environmental and social sustainability, empowerment, identity, and global culture. Hosted in partnership with SFU Woodward’s, the curated film and speakers sessions and unique festival format are a platform for audience engagement, inspiration, and action.
Founded in 2007 by Brady Dahmer and Lindsay Nahmiache, the festival has proven popular amongst a truly diverse group of innovation-minded people. Co-founder Brady Dahmer attributes this to the festival focus “PCFF is about positive change. Come to our festival hungry for knowledge and we promise you will leave with a head full of inspiration.” Inspiration no doubt in part due to the participation of such luminaries as Dr. David Suzuki, Captain Paul Watson and Mayor Gregor Robertson – all former festival speakers.
Here is what happened at PROJECTING CHANGE FILM FESTIVAL 2013:
- Four days of 14 films
- 15+ speakers from around the globe
- 2 Gala evenings
- 2 Youth Days
- 50+ volunteers
- 3500+ attendees
- Special events and activities
- Family screening & interactive workshops on Sunday
Reserved tickets and passes can be purchased online on the schedule page.
Rush tickets will be available at the theatre upon availability of seating.
- Adults – $18.00
- Students (13-17) – $15.00
- Seniors (65+) – $10.00
- Children 12 and under – $10.00
- Opening Night Screening & After Party – $25.00
- Closing Night Screening & After Party – $25.00
When does your festival run?
Thursday April 24, 2014 through Sunday April 27, 2014
Is Projecting Change kid friendly?
Absolutely! We have kid and family friendly programming during our Youth Days on Thurdsay and Friday, and also during our matinee screenings on Saturday and Sunday.
Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, Simon Fraser University
149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H7
The main entrance to Goldcorp Centre for the Arts is located in the courtyard at the corner of Cambie and Cordova. Access Goldcorp Centre for the Arts from the courtyard entrance at the corner of Cambie and Cordova.
There is an EasyPark lot located on Cordova Street across from the theatre.
From East Vancouver: take the #10 Granville (from Kootenay Loop); #8 Downtown (Fraser); or #20 Downtown (Victoria Drive).
From South Vancouver: take the #3 Downtown (Main and Marine); or #16 Arbutus (29th Ave Station).
From Richmond and Vancouver’s west side: take the Canada Line.
From Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Port Moody: take the #160 Vancouver.
From North Burnaby: take the #135 Burrard Station.
From North Vancouver: take the SeaBus.
From West Vancouver: take any Blue Bus into downtown Vancouver to its terminus.
From Surrey and New Westminster: Take SkyTrain.