On 4th June 2016, we will premier
wetheuncivilised, A Life Story in Brighton.
Get your ticket here.
Fuelled by biofuel, we will travel the UK, in our home, an ex-service library bus, with a mobile solar–cinema, screening at communities, festivals and transition towns, from community woodlands to village halls. Dates and locations.
This project is all about connecting people, and cross-fertilising skills and ideas. We’ve been greatly inspired by the ‘Shodh Yatra’, an Indian term, meaning: “to undertake a journey for the search of knowledge, creativity and innovations at the grassroots”; Information is carried from one village to the next, and shared in order to perpetuate and evolve vital skills.
We hope that by providing the conditions for informal, spontaneous relationships, the community screenings will be an opportunity to seed ideas, collaborations and opportunities for people to get involved in creating sustainable solutions for positive social change.
Community Screenings are an opportunity to raise awareness of issues relating to the ecological crisis, whilst bringing people together. During the day, communities will come together to get involved in skill-sharing, and talks around the themes of deep ecology, permaculture, practical crafts and community building.
Screenings will be followed by a Q&A with us, the film makers, with the potential for a facilitated group discussion. Find out more about the screenings.
Exclusive home viewing
For those of you who contributed to our wethetrees crowdfundcampaign, we will be contacting you with a vimeo passcode for an exclusive home viewing, before the film goes on general release. We are also in the process of carving spoons and printing poems for some of you!
Help grow our network
- like/share/follow us on social media
- spread the word to your networks by email and phone and in person (even better!)
- come to one of our screenings
- organise your own community screening
- set up an ‘uncivilised’ project in your local area