With COVID-19 social distancing in mind, our first two screenings will be offered online. After that we hope to move to in-person screenings at the Cathedral.
Programmed for general interest, some of the documentaries also shed light on previous COP negotiations, thus complementing other aspects of A+E’s engagement for COP26.
Dates for the first two screenings are now confirmed. Later screenings will likely follow the same pattern i.e. the first Friday of each month at 7pm. As with all Take One Action Locals events, each screening will be followed by a short discussion for those who would like to share thoughts about the film and actions they may wish to take. In the case of the first two screenings, the post-film discussion will take place on Zoom.
Programme for 2021
Friday 4th June, 7pm (online screening followed by post-film Zoom discussion at 9pm)
This Changes Everything | An epic attempt to re-imagine the challenge of climate change and see it as the best chance we’ve ever had to demand – and build – a better world.
Book here for a £3 (minimal) recommended donation.
Friday 2nd July, 7pm (online screening followed by post-film Zoom discussion at 9pm)
Thank You for the Rain | A moving portrait of resilience on the frontlines of climate change.
Booking information pending.
Dates for the following screenings to be confirmed – likely to be the first Friday of the month at 7pm
10 Billion: What’s on your Plate? | With the world population expected to reach 10 billion by 2050, how will the world feed itself.
The Cloud Forest | Can small people, in small places, doing small things, change the world?
Everyday Rebellion | Celebrating the power of modern and creative forms of nonviolent protest and civil disobedience.
Not Without Us | Seven grassroots campaigners from around the globe attempt to harness the only force that can prevent catastrophic climate change: the will of the people.
The Time of Forests | A living forest or a green desert? Tomorrow’s landscape will be defined by the choices we make today.
Blue Heart | Combining stunning cinematography with a fantastic breadth of individual portraits, this sumptuous documentary chronicles communities fighting to save the last wild rivers of Europe.