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Project Cold Days

12 March 2022 | 7:30 pm


Project Cold Days
Canada, 2020. Directed by Stephen R. Coleman. 75 min. NR

A four year long filmmakers journey tells a crucial and genuine story about homelessness in the Canadian winter. Project Cold Days follows three main characters as they battle mental health, addictions and the elements. Each of  them show a unique perspective on life on the streets.

The film aims to reduce stigma of mental illness, promote awareness, and encourage healing and support to those often lost in the cold and filmmaker Stephen Coleman approaches the subject with compassion and understanding. He describes: “Project Cold Days is a documentary film about much more than homelessness. It explores elements of the human condition that unite us all.” There is resilience and triumph of the human spirit.

Free admission with suggested donation to Start Me Up Niagara/ The Coldest Night of the Year 2022- Please RSVP below to reserve your ticket ahead.

Capacity is limited with available seating on first come first serve basis. Proof of vaccine required at entry.

About Start Me Up Niagara
Start Me Up Niagara offers services and programs to individuals who face significant life challenges to provide them with opportunities to stabilize, participate and grow.

Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly walk to raise money for local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness. Coldest Night of the Year event takes place Saturday 26 February.

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12 March 2022
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Microcinema at NAC
354 St. Paul St.
St. Catharines,
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Niagara Artists Centre
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Covid Protocols
This event is indoors. Proof of vaccination is required for entry. Limited capacity with social distancing measures in place.