This screening is preceded with a walk in remembrance of lost species. Walk at 5pm, followed by a shared food feast before the film – details below.
21st Nov 5pm * Dark Walk in Remembrance of Lost Species* Transition Crouch End are hosting this in the run up to a Global day of action for extinct species.The biodiversity loss is currently at the rate of 3 species every hour! Meet at the Meadow Orchard (behind the Hornsey Health Centre car park, 151 Park Rd, N8 8JD) We will leave at 6pm to arrive in time for 6.30pm shared food feast before our Green on the Screen – ‘We the Uncivilised’ film night. You are invited to bring an image of an extinct species (See onca.org.uk/lost-species/ for suggestions) that will be added to a pyramid created by a local sculptor! Fancy dress/ face painting of yourselves as lost species optional.
21st Nov 7pm *Green on the Screen – ‘We the Uncivilised’ * Inspiring Grassroots documentary that follows a couple and their unborn child’s quest touring uk for the seeds of an alternative culture rather than our current one of consumption and separation. Features pioneers responses to the question “What could an uncivilised world look like?” Including; Satish Kumar (editor of The Ecologist), Polly Higgins (ecocide lawyer), Martin Shaw (founder of School of Myth), Jewels Wingfield (ecofeminist), Mac Macartney (founder of Embercombe), Simon Fairlie (editor of The Land), Glennie Kindred (author and artist), and the late Patrick Whitefield (permaculturist & Author). The evening includes open discussion, plus Q&A with the film makers. At Earl Haig Hall, Elder Ave, N8 http://wetheuncivilised.org/#
- Date/time: Mon 21 November, 7:00 pm
- Venue: Earl Haig Hall, Elder Ave, N8
- Address: Earl Haig Hall, Elder Ave, N8