Films for our future is finished (February 2018). We hope you enjoyed it. If you'd like to organise other film shows do let us know.
16 Feb 2018 7.00 - 10.00 pm Haslingfield Methodist Church
Disillusioned and alienated by an urban culture of consumption, a couple feel called to action, and embark on a yearlong exploration around the UK, in search of the seeds of a different, more hopeful story.
We join first time filmmakers Pete and Lily on their intimate and life-changing journey, as they confront the stark reality of our times, and discover a hidden culture of connection and belonging.
Featuring conversations with grassroots activists and pioneering voices, including; Peter Owen-Jones, Satish Kumar, Polly Higgins, Bruce Parry, Martin Shaw, and Patrick Whitefield. A tale of both grief and inspired hope.
See also wetheuncivilised website..
Screening followed by Q&A/discussion/food tasting from Haslingfield Country Kitchen and more, eco products to buy.
All welcome, pay what you feel.
Booking advised: Michelle Golder
This event is hosted by Pivotal, an arts and events organisation founded by Haslingfield resident Michelle Golder in 2015. Pivotal took part in ArtCop21, an international arts festival which ran concurrently with the COP21 climate negotiations in Paris. Pivotal continues to collaborate with other Cambridge organisations, including Transition Cambridge, Cambridge Carbon Footprint, and the Cambridge Literary Festival, in creating and sponsoring events which address the risks and possibilities which face our endangered planet.