Fearless TV shows highlights from Heart of the City Festival

Fearless TV shows highlights from Heart of the City Festival

Here's a message from Fearless TV producer Sid Tan

FearlessTV #33  Heart of the City Festival 2009
(An ACCESS-TV/DTES-CAN co-production with the assistance of the Community Television Cluster of the W2 Community Media Arts Society)

“…shamelessly promoting our friends, neighbours and
community…and occasionally ourselves!”

On Shaw cable community channel 4 in Metro Vancouver (2009)

Saturday, November 7 @ 1-2am
Saturday, November 7 @ 9-10pm (moves from 2-3pm due to live sports event)
Sunday, November 8 @ 10-11pm
Tuesday, November 10 @ 12-1am (Monday midnight)
Friday, November 13 @ 2-3am
Saturday, November 14 @ 1-2am
Saturday, November 14 @ 9-10pm (moves from 2-3pm due to live sports event)

Highlights from the 2009 DTES festival include:

1) comments from Executive Artistic Producer Terry Hunter
@ the festival launch on October 28 @ Carnegie Centre;

2) performances taped @ HOC festival launch on October 28
@ Carnegie Centre

3) performances taped @ the DTES Musical Theatre Showcase
October 30 @ Russian Hall October 30;

4) Vancouver Moving Theatre award of the Cultural Harmony
Award @ Vancouver City Council in 2008; and

5) Tom Quirk film Out of the Rain shown as part of the
Heart of the City Festival 2009

The Association of Chinese Canadians for Equality and Solidarity Society (ACCESS-TV) and Downtown Eastside Community Arts Network (DTES-CAN) thanks all our friends and allies and those who have lent a hand including:

Gallery Gachet, Chapel Arts, Chinese Canadian National Council (CCNC), Carnegie Community Centre, Downtown Eastside Residents' Association (DERA), National Anti-Racism Council of Canada (NARCC), Community Arts Council of Vancouver (CACV), British Columbia Arts Council, Vancouver Moving Theatre, Heart of the City Festival, Carnegie Community Action Project, CMES Community Media Education Society, CACTUS Canadian Association of Community Television Users and Stations, W2 Community Media Arts Society and City of Vancouver.

Special thanks to the volunteers behind and in front of the camera.
You are all truly beautiful and inspiring.

FearlessTV is about news, views, people, places and events in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. It began February 14,
2007 at the Carnegie Community Centre with the first of three “Getcha Message Out” workshops.

Check us out from noon – 2pm on Sunday Nov. 8 as we do a three camera mobile at the Association of United Ukrainian
Canadians gale and concert (805 E. Pender St.). Crew call is 10:30pm…Still need extra hands setting up.

We invite folks to make copies off the air. Please don't ask me for a copy….   aaarrraagh 🙂

If you are fearless, this is your TV!

Peace, love and hope…the struggle still continues…

S.

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