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Demain - the film

Demain – the film

‘Demain’ (Tomorrow): a crucial film for now

What are people already doing around the globe practically and economically, that could alter the way we care for the Earth and each other? Watch ‘Demain’ (Tomorrow) and find out. Probably THE most crucial film for living generations and those to come. Kendal Eaton has organised another showing of this vital film on Wednesday 17 July 2019 at The Pig’s Palace.

According to Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Mohammed Yunnus, the strongest driving force in human beings is their desire and their imagination. He believes that today we must make films and tell stories that spark the desire to build another world. This is what Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent decided to do by lining up known solutions in all spheres side-by-side to show what our society could look like tomorrow.

“The documentary sets out to show-case alternative and creative ways of viewing agriculture, economics, energy and education,” writes Kendal. “This is documentary exploring initiatives countering the effects of capitalism and climate crisis. What can everyday people do to contribute? The film covers new approaches in green energy and technology; recycling; community planting, food management and permaculture; carbon drawdown and carbon neutral cities; transportation; political empowerment; economic alternatives; and education. These are things already working and implemented by everyday people – from local initiatives to ones with global potential.”

‘Demain’ (Tomorrow) : a film by Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent.

Showing at The Pig’s Palace on Hastings seafront from 6.30pm to 9.30pm, including 2min intro + 2hr film + optional discussion + breaks.

All welcome. Come along and see this film and be inspired!

‘Demain’: Facebook link for the event.

Facebook link for the film.

The Pig's Palace

The Pig’s Palace

From The Pig’s Palace:

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. From 3.30pm – 6pm children 13 and under can eat for FREE with an adult paying full price for a meal.

Posted 16:19 Tuesday, Jul 16, 2019 In: Film

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