A year-long labour of love by Capilano University Motion Picture Arts program instructor and movie director, Charles Wilkinson, will be making its world premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival in October. Peace Out is a story about British Columbia’s magnificent Peace River, a valley and the energy it produces, which many of us consume without fully realizing the impacts our conduct is having on people and places far away. As Canada’s energy consumption grows, scientists, industry and government are making hard choices about how to feed it. Charles Wilkinson’s latest eye-opener is a concentrated look the harrowing costs of our technological affluence. View a trailer of Peace Out here.
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