The Messenger explores the plight of songbirds worldwide as they navigate the many perils of our modern world. Featuring slow-motion sequences of birds in flight, the film was shot in part at London’s Western University. What might the decline of many songbirds signal for our own species? Ranging from Canada’s boreal forests to Turkey’s Mount Ararat, The Messenger balances its examination of worrisome trends with hopeful elements in a stunning work of cinematography.
2016 Nominee for Best Cinematography in a Feature Length Documentary
Monday, April 25, 2016 – 7:00 p.m.
The Hyland Cinema, 240 Wharncliffe Road South
Hyland Members and Children (16 and under): $8.00;
For ticket information please visit the Hyland Cinema website
A portion of the proceeds from this night’s screening will support the Thames Talbot Land Trust (www.ttlt.ca) as it works to protect significant wildlife habitat in southwestern Ontario (RCN 86745 7475 RR0001).
240 Wharncliffe Rd S
London, ON N6J 2L4
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