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Durham Art Gallery presents Brotherhood

The Durham Art Gallery

Durham

April 18, 2024

7:00 PM EDT

$0.00

English

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Brotherhood

Director Richard Bell
Run Time 96min
Genre Drama
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Summary

The dramatic fictionalized account of the true story of a group of youth at a summer camp on Balsam Lake in the Kawartha Lakes, who had to fight for survival when an unforeseen thunderstorm overwhelmed their canoe trip.

Cast Brendan Fehr, Brendan Fletcher, Jake Manley

Ratings by Province or Territory

PG
Alberta
PG
British Columbia
PG
Manitoba
NR
New Brunswick
NR
Newfoundland and Labrador
NR
Nova Scotia
PG
Northwest Territories
PG
Nunavut
PG
Ontario
NR
Prince Edward Island
NR
Québec
PG
Saskatchewan
NR
Yukon

Event Primary Language

English

Event Details

Durham Art Gallery will be screening the following films April 17:
Tia and Piujuq at 1:00PM,
The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open at 7:00PM,
Across The Line at 9:00PM.

The Gallery will also be screening BlackBerry at 9:00PM and Brotherhood at 7:00PM on April 18.

Accessibility

Venue deemed accessible by event host. Wide door. No stairs. Accessible bathroom.

Address

The Durham Art Gallery, 251 George St. East, Durham, ON, N0G 1R0
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