2013 Program

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All screenings are free (though donations will be accepted to cover costs). Click here for Facebook event.

FRI FEB 8 @ Central Library, 7-9 pm

SAT FEB 9 @ Old East Studios (755 Dundas), 1-10 pm

SUN FEB 10 @ Old East Studios (755 Dundas), 1-7 pm

Organizing partners: No One Is Illegal London, Safe Space, Common Cause London, LACASA, International Network in Solidarity with Colombian Political Prisoners, Free the Cuban Five Committee London.

Thanks to our sponsors:  WPIRG, Common Cause Hamilton, PSAC Local 610, Faculty and Affiliates of the Department of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research (UWO), Dr. Treena Orchard (Faculty of Health Sciences, UWO), Centre for Social Concern, People for Peace London.

Endorsers: Kings Social Justice and Peace Club, Joyceville Lifers Group, 10 + group, Native Brotherhood, Black Inmates and Friends Assembly, Rastafarian Group, Pagan Group, Christian Fellowship, Bath Lifers Group, Native Brotherhood, Muslim Group, Black Inmates and Friends Assembly.

Locations: Central Library is at 251 Dundas St. Old East Studios is at 755 Dundas St. Both locations are wheelchair accessible, but unfortunately the washrooms at Old East Studios are not.

The festival takes place on the lands of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabek, Huron-Wendat, and Attawandaron Peoples.

Unfortunately we do not currently have funds to cover ASL interpretation. We aim to create a scent-free space to ensure accessibility for those with environmental illness or chemical sensitivities: please do not use or wear scented products (including essential oils). Screenings are open to people of all ages, but note that some films might not be suitable for  children. Please contact us (PJFFLondon@gmail.com) with any questions or concerns regarding accessibility.