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EDUCATORS - Take your class to see the film in theatres!

You can book your group of 75+ students now in most cities with Cineplex or Landmark theatre. Group rates vary by theatre. Rated 14 A. Form at bottom of page.

Community screenings will start being booked June 1. Fill out the form for group bookings or email TheGrizzlies@HelloCoolWorld.com to find out info. 

Non-school Group rates 
Available (20-99 ppl) to public screenings at Cineplex theatres where The Grizzlies is playing. Group rates are NOT available Friday/Tuesdays after 6pm or weekends or holidays. Rates vary by theatre. For rates and to purchase a block of tickets, email GroupSales@cineplex.com
 
Group rates available to public screenings at Landmark Theatres where The Grizzlies is playing.
Minimum 25 people.  For rates and to make a group booking, visit: https://www.landmarkcinemas.com/advertising-corporate-sales/educational-screenings-events/
 

Content Warning For Educators

Dear Educators,

This movie is uplifting and unflinching. It does deal with suicide.

But the story isn’t simply about suicide. This movie is, in part, an invitation. It invites us into deep conversation about colonial structures and the depth of the loss and pain they have caused.

Suicide isn’t simple. It is a response to an absolute loss of hope.

Within the Canadian population, First Nations and Inuit people have the highest rates of suicide-related behaviours. This is a direct response to the unique conditions birthed from colonialism, marginalization, institutionalized trauma, structural violence, racism, and prejudice.

Educators have the great privilege and deep responsibility of working with youth. Suicide is a challenging topic because of the pain it surfaces and dominant culture doesn’t have a lot of training in talking about pain, sadness or hopelessness. It is important for each educator to gauge their own comfort and skill level before bringing forward emotionally charged topics to students.

This movie is also an invitation to engage in a conversation about the power of resilient and hopeful and absolutely inspiring Inuit youth. To witness the strength born out of friendship and family. The constant message of this film reflects the importance of working together to move through tough times. This movie tells us clearly that suicide is never the answer.

This is a powerful message of hope and resilience.

If you or someone you know needs help now please visit our resources page.

Group Booking

This film is rated 14A. Private theatrical bookings for school groups of 75+ available now in some cities. Group rates vary by theatre.