The Plymouth Radical Cinema, in association with MegaReach, is delighted to host a monthly night of films and documentaries on the University campus.
All are welcome to attend the free screenings which are followed by a discussion.
Contact Pat Bushell at Transition Plymouth (firstname.lastname@example.org) for queries.
Tuesday 12 February: Living the Change - Inspiring Stories for a Sustainable Future
This beautiful documentary illustrates some of the ways people choose to reduce their impact on the planet, in their own lives and in their communities, in an attempt to live in greater harmony with the earth. It starts with a conversation about how we live; how that impacts on our health and the environment, and alternative ways we could be living to benefit both. The film shows that we have a lot more choice than we think, to live in a sustainable and regenerative way.
- Running time: 85 minutes
- View the trailer on YouTube
Tuesday 12 March: War School
War School is the first feature length documentary showing how children are being groomed to support a multi-billion dollar industry that is causing millions of deaths and untold tragedies throughout the world. It reveals how millions of pounds of public money is being directed into programmes promoting the military, while welfare and education is suffering deep cuts. The film will tell the story of a child who becomes a soldier who becomes a killer who becomes a campaigner for peace.
- Running time: 82 minutes
- Language: English