Monday, April 16, 2018

Fatal Flaws film - Premiere Screening May 8 in Ottawa

"Fatal Flaws" Premiere Screening & Round-table Discussion will be at the:
Ottawa Little Theatre - 400 King Edward Ave, Ottawa, ON K1N 7M7 
7:00 PM Documentary Screening – "Fatal Flaws: Legalizing Assisted Death"
(Arrive early, seating is on a first-come, first serve basis.)
Purchase your $10 screening ticket online here. Eventbrite.
 Click here to view the event poster.
“Are laws allowing euthanasia and assisted suicide leading society down a dangerous path?”
Kevin Dunn
Over the past two years, filmmaker Kevin Dunn has traveled throughout Europe and America asking some of the most fundamental philosophical questions of our time:
"Should we be giving doctors, or anyone, the legal right to end the life of another human?" and, "How do these laws affect society over time?"
Purchase your $10 screening ticket online here. Eventbrite.

Contact the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition to book a speaker for your screening of the Fatal Flaws film at: info@epcc.ca or call: 1-877-439-3348

The film features powerful testimonies from patients, doctors, lawmakers and advocates from both sides of the debate.
8:45 PM Round-table Discussion – LIVE RECORDING
Following the screening, join us for the live recording of a round-table discussion on the dangers of legalizing euthanasia and assisted suicide, also known as "medical aid in dying". The session will be recorded for broadcast and educational purposes and moderated by Mr. Dunn.

The Premiere screening is sponsored by the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition www.epcc.ca.

Link to the Facebook - Fatal Flaws event page.


Visit the film's website for advance previews and more: www.fatalflawsfilm.com.

1 comment:

Denis Nawrocki said...

This is an important topic that tells the truth of what is going on. Do we really want healthcare providers to have this power and responsibility. I am a pharmacist and do not and will not refer anyone for assisted suicide or abortion. Please think about it and spread the word that this is murder.

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