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[ Waterlife ]

Director:Kevin McMahon

Drama Documentary

10/26 16:45- 10/29 18:00-

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109min English Color Digital Betacam | 2009 Canada | 

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Waterlife is a stunning ode to the last great supply of fresh water on earth, the Great Lakes. Kevin McMahon navigates with fluid clarity through industrial intervention and natural splendor, from northern Lake Superior to the Atlantic Ocean. This eloquent poetic essay transforms the way we think and inspires us to act before it's too late.

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10/26 16:45 - 18:34 (109min.)

Advance Tickets ¥1300(Tax included) |Tickets at the Door ¥1500(Tax included)



10/29 18:00 - 19:49 (109min.)

Advance Tickets ¥1300(Tax included) |Tickets at the Door ¥1500(Tax included)


* Please note that the screening schedule, Q&A and Greeting from the Stage are subject to change. The stage appearances of guests and scheduled closing time of the show may change according to circumstances.

* Advance Tickets can be purchased by telephone/internet and from convenience stores (CircleKSunkus, Lawson) and playguide on First-come basis.

* Please be forewarned that the number of Tickets at the Door is limited. Tickets at the Door can be only purchased two tickets per person. You are kindly requested not to form a queue before the theater in the late-evening.

Kevin McMahon

McMahon was an award-winning journalist until he shifted his focus to documentary, becoming country's most innovative director. As a producer, he oversaw fifty episode series Things That Move, about history and science of motion, and Working over Time, a four-hour telling of Canada's history and manual labor. He is a partner in Primitive Entertainment, a Toronto production company specializing in quality documentary.



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