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Less than a week to find out what makes people Happy!

From: Mohamed I.
Sent on: Saturday, November 16, 2013 10:31 AM




Reel Causes Upcoming Events - November 2013

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Featured Event

"Want to know what makes makes people Happy? -
less than one week to find out!"

Wednesday November 20th • 7:15 pm (doors open at 6:45 pm)

                a film event in support of The Lipstick Project 

      Trailer • Official Site • Cause


       Directed by Roko Belic 

       Year: 2011

       Runtime: 75 minutes

       Language: English


From the Academy Award-nominated Filmmakers of 

Winner of numerous Film Festival awards 

SYNOPSIS: From Academy Award-nominated director Roko Belic, Happy takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy. Combining real life stories from around the world and powerful interviews with leading scientists in happiness research, Happy explores the secrets behind our most valued emotion.

Skype interview with Roko Belic following the screening!

About The Lipstick Project


The Lipstick ProjectFact: being in the hospital sucks. Some part of you hurts like hell. You smell. You haven’t showered in a week. You pee in a bucket. You breathe recycled air. Your arms resemble a pincushion. Your nails are chipping and your eyebrows need waxing.


The Lipstick Project was founded to enhance the healing process by acknowledging that manicures can be medicinal. They work in partnership with hospitals and hospices to bring a quintessential spa experience to patients who are either in recovery or who are peacefully approaching the end of their life. Read more.



Advance Tickets through Eventbrite

Reel Causes Members $10 • Non-Members $12 •  and save 

At Door - CASH ONLY Reel Causes Members $13 • Non-Members $15


Become a Reel Causes Member:  Join Here 


SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts 
Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema

149 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, V6B 1G8

Supported by Simon Fraser University’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement


Partnered Events

Vancity Theatre 

Short Term 12

Thur Nov 28 • 6:30pmShort Term 12 | The Film

Official Site + TrailerReviews
(USA, 2013, 96 min, Drama, Director: Destin Cretton)
Vancity Theatre map

• 98% Fresh, Top Critics, Rotten Tomatoes •

“It’s one of the best movies of the year and one of the truest portrayals I’ve ever seen about troubled teens and the people who dedicate their lives to trying to help them.” Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times.

Synopsis: Grace (a breakthrough performance from former child star Brie Larson) is a twenty- something supervisor at a foster-care facility for at-risk teenagers. Passionate and tough, Grace is a formidable caretaker of the kids in her charge – and in love with her long-term boyfriend and co-worker, Mason (John Gallagher Jr.) But Grace’s own difficult past – and the surprising future that suddenly presents itself – throw her into unforeseen confusion, made all the sharper with the arrival of a new intake at the facility – Jayden (Kaitlyn Dever), a gifted but troubled teenage girl with whom Grace has a charged connection. She and Mason also struggle to help Marcus (Keith Stanfield) – an intense, quiet kid who is about to turn 18 – manage through the difficulty of having to leave the facility. Grace comes to find – in both her work and the new teenager in her care – surprising sources of redemption. And while the subject matter is complex and often dark, this lovingly realized film finds truth – and humor – in unexpected places. ~ VIFF Site

A compact masterpiece of storytelling that brims equally with ambition and humility. It is, by a wide margin, the best film I have seen so far this year.” Christopher Orr, The Atlantic


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