MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES
The Best of Canadian and International Film
Galaxy Theatres, Orangeville, Ontario
Showtimes: 4:30 p.m., 7:00 p.m., 9:20 p.m.
Single tickets $8.00 -- Subscriptions also available

Tickets available at BookLore and Galaxy Cinemas
2006-2007
Film Schedule
An Inconvenient Truth
Special Screening
August 21
12 and Holding
September 25
The Journals of Knud Rasmussen
October 23
Bon Cop-Bad Cop
November 6
Manufactured Landscapes
January 8
Snow Cake
January 22
Le Secret de ma Mère
February 12
Volver
February 26
The Painted Veil
March 19
Un Dimanche à Kigali
April 2
The Italian
April 23
Away From Her
May 7




 

Manufactured Landscapes

(Canada) Rated G
75 minutes

January 8, 2007

Tickets for Manufactured Landscapes will be available at both BookLore and the Galaxy box office on December 27. Watch for upcoming information about this film. We are trying to book special guests.

For almost thirty years internationally renowned Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky has been creating large scale photographs of landscapes transformed by industry. Manufactured Landscapes follows Burtynsky to China as he travels the country capturing the evidence and effects of China’s incredible industrial revolution. The film guides us through such rarely seen sites as the Three Gorges Dam, the interior of a factory which produces 20 million irons a year, and the enormous scale of Shanghai’s urban renewal. Manufactured Landscapes extends the ideas presented in Burtynsky’s photographs, demonstrating the human impact on the planet, without trying to reach simplistic judgements or rudimentary resolutions.

In The Toronto Star Geoff Pevere says, “… Manufactured Landscapes is an extraordinary fusion of style and subject.”



 
Manufactured Landscapes

Tickets available at BookLore and Galaxy Cinemas

BookLore Orangeville

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