Film Night 15th November 2012

Our next film night is booked, but we haven’t quite decided what to show. We need to make a quick decision so we can get the word out.

Below is my suggested short list along with other suggestions that might be shown in the future. Take a look at the list and Vote Now!

The short list (click on the titles for links to trailers and other info):
  • A Crude Awakening
    Filmmakers Basil Gelpke and Ray McCormack team up to deliver a grave warning in this documentary on the oil industry
  • Gasland
    One banjo-playing man asks “What the frack?” and road trips across America to find the answer…
  • The End of the Line
    Imagine a world without fish. The profound implications of a future world with no fish that would bring certain mass starvation.
  • Black Gold
    The film which changed the way Starbucks trade coffee. Black Gold exposes the multi-billion dollar coffee industry
  • The Truth About Climate Change
    Presented by Sir David Attenborough
  • The Power of Community
    How Cuba Survived Peak Oil.
  • Collapse
    From the acclaimed director of American Movie, this astonishing portrait of radical thinker Michael Ruppert explores his apocalyptic vision of the future, spanning the crises in economics, energy, environment and more.

The longer list…

Upcoming Events – BEG Calendar

Nikki Jones climate change and energy series
1930-2130 at Tobacco Factory (The Snug)

9th October - What is climate change?
16th October - Global energy trends
23rd October - UK energy, emissions and targets
30th October - Is nuclear the answer?
13th November - Film showing: Food, Inc.
20th November - Land use and climate change
27th November - The way forward