“Prince of Pot: The US vs. Marc Emery” at Vancouver International Film Festival

Vancouver, BC – “The Prince of Pot: The US vs. Marc Emery” is in the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) on October 1st, 5th, and 8th. Marc Emery, wife Jodie, and director Nick Wilson will be attending all three screenings. “The Prince of Pot” is a 58-minute documentary that will also air on The Lens on CBC Newsworld, October 23rd, 10:00pm ET/7:00pm PT. Click here to read more media and reviews!
The Prince of Pot: The US vs. Marc Emery
Canada, 2007, 53 min

Martin Luther King, Jr., Gandhi… Marc Emery? Is his fight against extradition to the United States for selling weed seeds also about Canadian sovereignty, unjust prohibition and silencing political dissidence? Nick Wilson’s provocative documentary asks this and more about one of Vancouver’s most notorious residents.

Monday, October 1st

Pacific Cinematheque
1131 Howe Street, Downtown Vancouver
$9.50 (plus $2.00 at door)

Friday, October 5th

Pacific Cinematheque
1131 Howe Street, Downtown Vancouver
$7.50 (plus $2.00 at door)

Monday, October 8th

Empire Granville 7, Theatre 5
855 Granville Street, Downtown Vancouver
$7.50 (plus 2.00 at door)

Click Here to find “Prince of Pot” tickets now!


Please note that the film festival only accepts cash and VISA credit cards as forms of payment for tickets, and everyone attending films is required to purchase a $2.00 VIFF membership. Advance Tickets for VISA credit card holders are now available through our website www.viff.org/boindex.html. VISA Charge-by-Phone line by calling 604-685-8297. VISA Advance Outlets located at Empire Granville 7 Cinemas (855 Graville St. 12:00pm-7:00pm), and Vancouver International Film Centre (1181 Seymour St. 12:00pm-7:00pm). There will also be some rush tickets available at the door, 20 minutes before screening. Rush tickets are cash only sales.

Check out www.VIFF.org for more information and other films in Vancouver’s International Film Festival!

Promotion & Reviews for “The Prince of Pot”

Playback Magazine, September 17th(webpage)

The Vancouver Sun, Saturday September 29th

The Vancouver Courier, September 27-October 4th edition