THE FILM - October 9th, 2021
Around 100 people joined us on Saturday October 9th at 2:30pm for a community screening of the climate film 'Tomorrow.' If you couldn't make it, or would like to know more about the stories featured in the film, check out the film notes
This hard-hitting yet optimistic film offers a hopeful vision of what’s possible when people come together to act on things they care about. Full of practical ideas and solutions from communities around the world, it's bound to get you thinking.
Free of charge and open to all, this film is for anyone who is concerned or curious about climate change, who wants to build their understanding and learn more about what we can do.
Join us for a chat in the bar afterwards.
Running time: 120 minutes.
A note for parents: Tomorrow has not had a cinema release in the UK and so does not have an age certificate. It contains some hard-hitting facts about climate change which may be overwhelming for young children. We would suggest it is appropriate for age 14+. Common Sense Media (a US-based site which provides independent guidance for parents) rates it as 10+.
We are grateful to South Mill Arts for making this screening possible.