Third Action Film Festival - Spring into Summer 50/50 Raffle
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Sales EndedWed Mar 16 2022
Tue Feb 15 2022
Wed Mar 16 2022
Wed Mar 16 2022
THIRD ACTion Film Festival Office
Ticket Number: 1284
Drawn On: Wed Mar 16 2022
With Spring Comes Hope. THIRD
ACTion is excited to announce our Spring into Summer 50/50 Raffle
It feels like we are through the worst of the pandemic and there is hope for a more normal spring and summer.
yourself or someone you love the chance to win up to $10,000 or a festival
package for 2.
· Early Bird Prizes – Value
· Early Bird Prize #1: 2 x
2022 Festival Passes, 2 x Festival T-shirts, 1 x 2022 Festival Poster – Draw
Date: March 1
· Early Bird Prize #2: 2 x 2022 Festival Passes, 2 x Festival T-shirts, 1 x 2022 Festival Poster – Draw Date: March 8
· 50/50 Cash Draw – Winner
can win up to $10,000 – Draw Date: March 15
our efforts to change the narrative on aging through film and talks and to
bring you a simulcast festival in 2022. We thank you in advance for supporting
Who We Are
THIRD ACTion Film Festival hosted its inaugural festival in 2018, grew during the pandemic and is ramping up for its 2022 festival. We are 1 of 6 festivals of our kind in the world.
is aging rapidly. By 2035, ¼ of Canada’s population will be 65+ and could be
marginalized for the sole issue of their age.
COVID has highlighted this ism. “Negative social media messages about COVID-19 and
aging often characterize older adults as helpless and expendable individuals.
Existing hate speech and intergenerational resentment can be exemplified by the
hashtag, which was widely shared in social media at the beginning of the
Film is one of our culture’s most influential and accessible mediums that can build empathy and stimulate discussion. By showing films that have older adults in leading roles or deal with issues related to being older, we intend to change attitudes.
THIRD ACTion intends to add fuel to the fire of change by providing a venue for older adults to see themselves in film, youngers to see positive images of aging and for filmmakers to connect with an audience that is hungry to see their work.