The Toronto Browncoats: Doing Good Works.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

What is 'Can't Stop the Serenity'?

Since 2006 cities across the world have shown Joss Whedon's movie, Serenity to raise money for his favourite charity, Equality Now.
On June 23rd, 2005, (not perhaps coincidentally, Joss Whedon's birthday) cities were treated to a special advance screening of the unfinished movie, which was released in Sept of that year.
The next year, Serenity Now/Equality Now, also known as Can't Stop the Serenity
got started. On or around June 23rd, people come together to see Serenity on the big screen again. Over $160,000 has been raised since 2006.
In Toronto, June 21st is the day. We raised $4,800.00 last year, more than double what we had done the year before. Just wait to see what we can do this year!

Details will be posted as they come available. Tickets will go on sale as soon as we have several confirmations in place.
Want more info?
Want to help?
email us at:
Serenityscreeningtoronto (at)

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Can't Stop the Serenity 2008 in Toronto

The Toronto Browncoats are doing it again. Along with cities around the world we are showing Joss Whedon's movie Serenity as a fundraiser for the charity Equality Now.
The date has been picked - June 21
and the theatre booked- The Regent Theatre on Mount Pleasant.
This is the lovely old theatre we used last year.

We are working on plans to make this event even more fun than last year. Stay tuned!