Film Showing ‘Tomorrow’ Sunday 19th March 7.30pm

 

We hope you can join us for our next event – a showing of the first part of ‘Tomorrow’ followed by discussion and refreshments. Known as ‘Demain’ in France, this French documentary has now been seen by more than 1.5m people and is currently showing in 29 countries. The co-producers, Cyril Dion and Melanie Laurent, start the film by visiting Totnes, meeting Rob Hopkins and Ben Brangwyn of Transition Network. They also go to Todmorden to learn about Incredible Edible from Pam Warhurst, Mary Clear and Nick Green, and to Bristol to meet Mark Burton and Ciaran Mundy of the Bristol Pound. The rest of their journey takes them to places such as the US, India, Finland and Denmark.  Screenings in the UK are supported by the Transition Network and the film is providing a huge boost to community-led projects.

‘Tomorrow’ is a positive, affirmative and inspirational film, exploring creative solutions to environmental problems. It is arranged into 5 chapters: food, energy, economics, democracy and education. On 19th March, Ealing Transition will be showing the first 3 chapters and following this up with an opportunity for discussion and sharing of ideas about what can be done locally to provide a better future in the face of global challenges.  Further information about the film can be found at http://www.demain-lefilm.com/en/film

The event will be held at St Mary’s Church, St Mary’s Road, Ealing W5 5RH. Entry is free, but donations to help us cover costs will be welcome.