Transition Initiatives Offer – Community Screening Kit

For everyone out there who feels the waves of change – go and see this film.”
Vero Cabois, Editor Tawai

The documentary, ‘wetheuncivilised, A Life Story’, is a starting point for people to come together to explore thoughts and feelings around the current ecological crisis, and to transform ideas into action. 

Members of the Transition movement can now become part of the project by hosting a Community Screening event in your local community. We are offering a 10% discount on Kits to help you on your way!

Community Screening Kit
We have created a Community Screening Kit, based on our experience coordinating and hosting over 80 screenings.

The Community Screening Kit provides everything you need to organise and host a Screening in your area – no matter how big or small – Kit includes:

  • posterswetheuncivilised screening pack
  • flyers
  • marketing advice 
  • step-by-step guide to organising and hosting your event
wehteuncivilised - Community Screening
Screening a film can be a powerful community event, and we want to support you in making it happen.

Special Offer
We are offering 10% off Community Screening Kits for Transition initiatives.  Click here to get your Community Screening Kit  and input the code “TRANSITION” at the checkout. Valid until 1st April 2018.  Please contact lily@wetheuncivilised.org directly with any questions.

About the film
 A stunning and sensitive journey into ecology, humanity and spirituality.” The Cube Cinema, Bristol

“ Moving… Tragic… Inspiring. ” Bruce Parry, Film Maker

Once in a while a film comes along that has profound impact – this is a delicious taste of what can be.” Polly Higgins

Disillusioned by a story of consumption and alienation, a couple are called to action. They make an intimate and life-changing quest around the UK to discover a hidden culture of connection and belonging. Featuring conversations with Satish Kumar, Polly Higgins, Bruce Parry and Patrick Whitefield; A tale of both deep grief and inspired hope. WATCH TRAILER 

 

Community Funded
The film, was almost entirely edited powered by Solar in our home, and tour vehicle – an ex-service library bus run on biofuel. It took 4 years to make, and was entirely community funded through crowdfunding, events and donations.

Community Tour
In 2016/17, we toured the ‘wetheuncivilised, A Life Story’, across the UK at over 60 venues from OffGrid Yurts to Arthouse Cinemas, hosted by community groups and festivals connected to the permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People Care and Fair Shares.

 

 

 

 

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