Venue: Screening Room

Day: Friday, March 3

Time: 1:00pm

Venue: Screening Room

Day: Saturday, March 4

Time: 10:00am

Planning on seeing multiple movies? Consider a FILM PASS!

Director: Hubert Davis

Language: English

Runtime: 97 minutes

Content advisory: themes of racism, racist language

Community Partner: Black Luck Collective

Earning the People’s Choice Award for best documentary at TIFF and a selection in Canada’s Top Ten, this latest film by Oscar-nominated director Hubert Davis is a vital and timely examination of anti-Black racism in hockey. While showcasing the frank accounts of stars like P.K. Subban, Sarah Nurse and Wayne Simmonds, Davis’ film reveals the history of systemic marginalization within the sport as well as the under-acknowledged innovations and achievements of Black players. And while it’s difficult and painful to see how racist attitudes continue to persist on the ice and in the stands, BLACK ICE celebrates the efforts of those who strive to foster a more inclusive reality for players and fans alike.

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