Our last screening was a joint venture with Hurst Cinema when we screened The Moo Man..
We have also shown the celebrated Chasing Ice in Hurstpierpoint. With the support of Ditchling Film Society we also screened Queen of the Sun about the plight of bees and what that means for humanity.
We screened Gasland (click on the link to see the You Tube trailer) for all those concerned about plans for fracking near Balcombe.If you’d like to get involved with the film group please get in touch via our email address. Click to Email.
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In 2009, Rebecca Hosking and Tim Green made an hour long TV programme for BBC2 called ‘A Farm For the Future’ exploring how peak oil will effect farming and food distribution and why permaculture design, forest gardening and other regenerative agriculture practices could help us to cope with soaring fossil fuel prices that drive current agriculture practices which relies on fertlisers, mechanisation and distribution by transitioning to organic practices, diversifying yields and relocalising food supply. Click on the title above to watch the film online.
Call of the Wild
www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmKOyFJCzqs (12 minutes)
This video was made by a group of young people who have participated in Circle for Life Rediscovery programmes. It is about the importance of nature to young people.
The results show that this kind of work leads to better health and wellbeing, more opportunities, a greater sense of community and respect.
Seeds of Freedom
A film about the importance of maintaining seed diversity. http://seedsoffreedom.info/