Tyrrell cel­e­brat­ing Na­tional Cana­dian Film Day

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The Tyrrell Mu­seum is cel­e­brat­ing Na­tional Cana­dian Film Day on April 20 with a documentary screen­ing.

To mark the day, the Mu­seum will be screen­ing the Cana­dian documentary, Wa­ter­mark, a film by Jen­nifer Baich­wal & Ed­ward Bur­tyn­sky at 7:00 p.m.

Admi s - sion to the screen­ing in the aud i to­rium is free, but please note the Mu­seum gal­leries will be closed.

Wat e r - mark is a fea­ture doc­u­men- tary film that brings to­gether di­verse sto­ries from around the globe about our re­la­tion­ship with wa­ter: how we are drawn to it, what we learn from it, how we use it, and the con­se­quences of that use. We see mas­sive float­ing abalone farms off China’s Fu­jian coast and the con­struc­tion site of the big­gest arch dam in the world—the Xilu­odu, six times the size of the Hoover.

It vis­its the bar­ren desert delta where the mighty Colorado River no longer reaches the ocean, and the wa­ter­in­ten­sive leather tan­ner­ies of Dhaka.


The Tyrrell Mu­seum is cel­e­brat­ing na­tional Cana­dian Film Day with a screen­ing of the documentary called Wa­ter­mark.

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