Public Screenings – Winds of Heaven

There are no public screenings scheduled.

Since its premiere in 2010, Winds of Heaven has had public screenings in Victoria, Vancouver, Haida Gwaii, Whitehorse, Kamloops, Coqutilam, Smithers, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Sault Ste. Marie, Windsor, Sarnia, Waterloo, Toronto, Port Hope, Ottawa, Kingston, North Bay, Collingwood, Renfrew, Montreal, Wakefield, Wolfville,  Antigonish, Sackville, Fredericton, Halifax, St. John’s and Corner Brook.

It was invited to the following festivals – Vancouver International Film Festival, Festival International du Film sur L’Art, the Reel Artists Film Festival, Available Light Film Festival, Doc North Film Festival, the Seattle International Film Festival and the Minneapolis International Film Festival.

It has been seen in the following art galleries and museums – National Gallery of Canada, Art Gallery Greater Victoria, Kamloops Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Alberta, University of Alberta Museums, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Art Gallery Windsor, McMichael Canadian Art Gallery, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Glenbow Museum, Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Algoma and the Dulwich Picture Gallaery (London, UK).

It has appeared on Bravo! and TV Ontario.

John Walker was awarded the Canadian Society of Cinematographers Award: Best Documentary Photography  for his extraordinary images in Winds of Heaven. (April 2011)