Join us to watch the movie "SILO" from your homeDecember 3, 2020Hub Article Join us from the comfort of your own home to watch the feature film SILO!Inspired by true events, SILO follows a harrowing day in an American farm town. Disaster strikes when teenager Cody Rose is entrapped in a 50-foot-tall grain bin. When the corn turns to quicksand, family, neighbors and first responders must put aside their differences to rescue Cody from drowning in the crop that has sustained their community for generations. Watch the SILO trailer here. Pre-register to attend at one of these times > > Friday, December 118:30 PM (MB & SK) / 7:30 PM (AB) Monday, December 14 7:30 PM (MB & SK) / 6:30 PM (AB) We invite you to join us and spark a conversation about the realities and dangers of farming. Following each screening, there will be a 20-minute guided discussion with Q&A about the film and themes relevant to our everyday lives, featuring:Rob Gobeil - Canadian Ag Safety Association - BeGrainSafe ProgramRandy Froese - Farmer - Sharing his personal storyNate Ort - Agronomist - Canola Storage **This movie contains some adult themes with intense and frightening scenes. It may not be appropriate for all audiences.** How it WorksPre-register for the screening of your choice using the link above.You will receive a link to the community screening webpage to watch the movie from the comfort of your own home one week prior to the event with a reminder the day of the event. 15 minutes prior to your screening time, you will receive the password necessary to press play on the movie.Eat popcorn (check out the great recipes at Canola Eat Well) and enjoy the movie!Following the movie, scroll down on the webpage to join us for a 20-minute discussion about the movie and grain safety. This event is FREE thanks to sponsorship from:Canadian Canola Growers AssociationAlberta Canola Producers CommissionSaskCanolaManitoba Canola Growers Association Please share this movie invitation with anyone you think may be interested, including farmers, firefighters, or anyone that spends time on a farm.