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Suggested Films

The film, If You Love this Planet is now available in French: Si Cette Planete vous tient a coeur en conference de Docteur Helen Caldicott sur la guerre nucleaire. The new French version was launched in Montréal on March 21 as the inaugural programme of Les Artistes pour La Paix. Those who made the opening a special occasion include Gilles Vignault, Margie Gillis and Raymond Levesque. This event is being followed by workshops to involve artists.
Anyone wishing to screen the film should contact the National Film Board.

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