15 Feb 23
We are very excited to host a Picturehouse Green Screen of Eating Our Way To Extinction on Friday 10 March at 18.30, at Duke's at Komedia, Brighton.
This is a Green screening so all ticket holders are invited to 'Continue the Conversation' following the screening and panel where the audience is invited to stay and connect, share ideas ad discuss the film in our upstairs seating area cordoned off especially. Free tea/filter coffee for those who bring their keep cups.
Mark Galvin, producer of the film.
Cat Harvey, member of Extinction Rebellion Brighton.
Belle Ammatt, founder of Belle Nutrition, registered nutrition consultant, BSc Nutritional Medicine, Member of BANT, CNHC. Belleamatt.com.
This film is narrated by Academy Award Winner Kate Winslet.
Eating Our Way To Extinction takes audiences on a journey around the world, from the depths of the Amazon rainforests to the Taiwanese Mountains, the Mongolian desert, the US Dust Bowl, the Norwegian Fjords and the Scottish coastlines, telling the story of our planet through shocking testimonials, poignant accounts from indigenous people most affected by our ever-changing planet, globally renowned figures and leading scientists.
This powerful documentary sends a simple but impactful message by uncovering hard truths and addressing the most pressing issue of our generation – ecological collapse.
Confronting and entertaining, this documentary allows audiences to question their everyday choices, industry leaders and governments.
Featuring a wealth of world-renowned contributors, including Sir Richard Branson and Tony Robbins, it has a message of hope that will empower audiences.
This is a Green screening so all ticket holders are invited to 'Continue the Conversation' following the event in our upstairs seating area cordoned off especially. Free tea/filter coffee for those who bring their keep cups.
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