Keeping track of both what films we recommend
& which ones have already been shown locally.
Scroll down to David M's May 8th, 2012 comment for compiled list.
“Dirt! The Movie”
"Age of Stupid " in April 2010
trailor - http://www.ageofstupid.net/trailer
Thanks Kate & all who help create this great educational film series! I hope more folks will show up for the Age of Stupid film with last showing at Western. It is a movie worth seeing & staying afterwards for sharing discussion.
TW sponsored film showings
The Great Squeeze, April 22, 2009 at Fairhaven Auditorium
Mad City Chickens, Oct. 17, 2009 at Pickford Cinema
Collapse, Jan. 2010 at Pickford Cinema (held over!)
Homegrown, Jan 29, 2010 at the Firehouse in Fairhaven
The Age of Stupid, April 7, 2010 at WWU with Powershift, Students for Alternative Energy, The Outback and the WWU Dept of Sustainability.
Back to the Garden, April 21, 2011 at WWU (co-sponsored by TW)
Affluenza, May 7, 2011 at the Pickford Film Center (last minute replacement for The Economics of Happiness)
The Economics of Happiness, June 13, 2011at the Pickford Film Center
Freedom, Aug. 4, 2011 at Pickford Film Center
The Crisis of Civilization, April 26, 2012 at Limelight Cinema
Transition Ferndale Films (partial list)
Blue Gold: The World Water Wars
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
The World According to Monsanto
I just sent an inquiry to investigate the possibility of screening Velcrow Ripper's "Occupy Love." Many have seen some of his shorts that have been on youtube, featuring Charles Eisenstein, etc. Is a film about the Occupy movement appropriate for a Transition group to sponsor? Judging by the excerpts I've seen so far, I'd say yes in this particular case. I see the film as being about much more than the Occupy movement. It is the third of a 3 part trilogy (including Scared Sacred and Fierce Light). I imagine bringing in other co-sponsors, including, of course, Occupy Bellingham.
To get a sense of what Velcrow Ripper is about, see this event description on the TW calendar from Aug. 2010:
See the Occupy Love website here.