First Canadian public showing of 'Unplanned' to packed house of 4,000 in Edmonton

First Canadian public showing of ‘Unplanned’ to packed house of 3,000 in Edmonton

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[Grandin Media] Nearly 3,000 people packed the Edmonton Expo Centre to watch the first public screening of a pro-life feature film that’s been effectively blocked by Canada’s two major movie theatre companies.

VIDEO: [Harvest Ministries] ‘Battle For Canada’ video promoting the first screening in Canada of the controversial film ‘Unplanned’ which has been credited with convincing over 500 abortion workers in the United States to quit their jobs. [Mar 23, 2019]


Unplanned is based on the memoir of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director who has since become an international speaker and pro-life advocate.

“It’s a super important film,” Laura Kakoschke said after the May 14 screening of the movie, which is just under two hours long.

“It’s a voice for what is happening that nobody wants to admit is happening and it’s a voice for the unborn children who have no voice.”

Unplanned has exceeded all expectations at the box office earning about $18 million in its U.S. run since its release in late March.

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