Tuesday Nov. 10th – Don’t miss directors Uruphong Raksasad and Lixin Fan at the Destiny Politics and Economic Imbalances panel!
Though agriculture only amounts to 2.1% of Canada’s total GDP, it still remains one of the most important aspects of international trade – and one of the most contentious. Director Uruphong Raksasad’s exploration of farming might be set in Thailand, but the film’s implication is universal. The filmmaker will be on-hand at Reel Asian to speak about the lost culture of farming, as well as the impact of globalization at the free panel Destiny, Politics and Economic Imbalances (Tuesday, November 10, 6–8PM at the Munk Centre for International Studies). He will, of course, be attending his screening of Agrarian Utopia (Sat Nov 14 2PM at Innis Town Hall). Come by for a thought-provoking discussion!
Destiny, Politics and Economic Imbalances | TUE NOV. 10, 6–8PM | Munk Centre for International Studies