Eco-Movie Night: Beyond Crisis
Thursday March 15 2018, 7:00 - 9:00 pmFilm Length: 64 min
Venue: The Green Eatery 20 Martin St
Admission: $2/student, $5/adult
Made by local, Toronto-based filmmakers, BEYOND CRISIS is a story of hope for a rapidly changing world: a meditative call to action that explores what it means to be living in this new era of climate change, as told by over fifty diverse voices from across Canada, the U.S. and beyond.
The film is also a unique conversation piece: a grassroots model for what a healthy conversation on climate could look like, inspiring YOU to take the next steps in discussing these issues with your friends, community and loved ones.
The reality of climate change may be frightening, but there is good news. Diving into the dramatic climate and energy story unfolding all around us today, this film paints an inspiring vision of the better world we could be building together – if we find the courage to face our shared global crisis, saying YES to a far safer, more sustainable and more compassionate clean energy future.
Beyond Crisis is a story of truth that bridges both poetry and science, intellect and the human heart – a beacon of hope to all people who are searching for an inspiring path beyond climate change, and a future we can actually believe in.
A hand-crafted portrait of a growing social movement united by our shared crisis, this film empowers YOU to continue the world’s tough climate discussions at home, in school and in your community – to build a #SafeClimateFuture for all of us.
Watch, get inspired and start a conversation on climate!
Followed by a panel-style discussion led by the filmmaker Kai Reimer-Watts and Climate Reality Leader Yannick Trottier.