SafelyFed Canada brings TIGERS back to Toronto May 1: Kicking off national series of screenings

Returning to Toronto for the first time since its global premiere at TIFF in 2014, TIGERS by Oscar-winning director Danis Tanovic will be screened for one night only at the Humber Cinema on Monday May 1 at 7pm. (Tickets)

TIGERS tells the gripping story of real-life hero Syed Aamir Raza Hussain, a former Nestle salesman in Pakistan turned global whistleblower. Now living with his family in Mississauga, Mr. Hussain will take part in a Q&A about his experiences and the global advocacy work to end predatory marketing that he continues today. Dr. Jack Newman, breastfeeding expert and advocate for the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes, will introduce the film.
SafelyFed Canada is a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to improving infant feeding emergency response in Canada through advocacy, training and public awareness. We are pleased to bring this film to communities across Canada this summer and fall, with screenings in Edmonton on June 11, Vancouver on July 3 and screenings planned for October in Montreal and Ottawa.
The University of Waterloo will also be hosting a free screening of the film in Kitchener-Waterloo on Tuesday April 18th at 7:00pm at the Princess Theatre. The screening is sponsored and presented by Migration, Mobilities and Social Politics Research Cluster at the Balsillie School of International Affairs.