De-Railed: The National Dream premiers in Sault Ste Marie

We are excited to announce that the premier screening of Dan Nystedt’s documentary film De-Railed: The National Dream will be on Sunday, March 4 at 5 pm in the Grand Theatre, Sault Ste. Marie as part of the Shadows of the Mind Film Festival. Limited seating so get your tickets soon!

De-Railed: The National Dream, is a documentary examining the crumbling state of the Canadian railway system. Having lost more than 10,000 kilometers of track since 1990, why has Canada allowed it's "ribbon-of-rail" to become so tattered?

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Tickets can be purchased at:

Canadian Mental Health Association

February 15 to March 1 (8:30am – 4:30pm)

386 Queen Street East

(705) 759-0458 ext 242

Station Mall Dennis Street Entrance

February 22 to March 1 (11am – 7pm)

and March 2 (11am – 5pm )


March 1 and March 2 (5pm – 9:30pm) and

March 3 (11:3am0 – 9:30pm) and

March 4th (12:00pm – 7:00pm)

651 Queen St. E - just east of the Grand Theatre

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3 Responses to De-Railed: The National Dream premiers in Sault Ste Marie

  1. Steve Boyko says:

    Congratulations! I’m looking forward to seeing it when it gets wider distribution.

  2. Michael Stephens says:

    I haven’t been able to see DeRailed yet. How /where can I see/get a copy? We are trying to save a line in Eastern Ontario and I think it would very much help us get people to understand what’s at stake.

    • admin says:

      Hi Michael, the film will be playing this Saturday March 24th at Algoma University at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 and can be purchased at Storey Home Furniture, Loplop’s or by contacting Linda Savory-Gordon at (705)949-2301 ext. 4320. Hope to see you there!

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