Film Screening of Honour Diaries

May 23, 2014 
Peterborough Public Library

Honor Diaries

Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan will be screening the documentary, Honor Diaries, Friday May 23 at 7:00pm in the Peterborough Public Library. This documentary explores the topic of family honour and how it has lead to the subjugation and abuse, often leading to death, of many women. The speakers in the film are a number of knowledgeable Muslim women from different countries who are committed to improving the lives of women caught up in this culture.
The film is one hour, and will be followed by a moderated discussion and refreshments.

Trailer:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WijI2U7dKY
 

March Break Film Camp


Reframe Film Festival teamed up with Peterborough Drug Strategy to bring a March Break Film Camp to the youth of Peteborough. The participants had 5 days to conceptualize, write the script for and produce a short Public Service Announcement style film on the topic "Debunking the Myths of Marijuana."

You can watch the films below and feel free to share them with all your friends!

Thank you to all those involved and especially the participants: Bailey, Sunny, Khalila, Taylor, Chandler, Roy, Lance, Chris, Keegan, Emily and Danielle for all your hard work producing the films.


10 Ways NOT to Sober Up


Have You Had Enough?


 

It's Cooler Not To!


 

This is Frank....



For more information on the programs and resources Peterborough Drug Strategy provides click HERE!


Ten Years of Reframe

Reframe is 10 years now (as of 2014) and we plan to keep growing. Reframe was built by the community and it only made sense that we asked members of the community about how far it has grown and where they see the festival going in the and maybe even distant future.