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Transition Film Series

Featuring Films About Energy Issues and Building Community Resilience

Location: Whatcom County
Members: 36
Latest Activity: Nov 27, 2014

Join us the 3rd Tuesday of the month for a film specially chosen to highlight Transition-related issues, and some of the ways individuals, families, and communities are building resilience and self reliance.

We have a sold out showing of Occupy Love screening this week! Very exciting. Too keep our momentum going we need YOUR help!

What should our next movie be? Add your suggestions and respond to those already posted.

If you are interested in helping to with the TW movie project indicate your willingness with a comment below. We need help screening potential movies, working with venues, identifying co-sponsors, posting flyers, hosting discussions, etc- let us know if you would like to help!

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Films Recommended & Films Shown in Past

Started by Heather K. Last reply by David MacLeod Nov 4, 2012. 4 Replies

 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.Continue

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Comment by warren miller on February 19, 2014 at 10:10pm

Paul suggested this one. What do you think?

http://www.takebackyourpower.net/ 

Comment by warren miller on July 16, 2013 at 9:03am

Here is another possibility- "Bidder 70" tells the story of Tim DeChristopher's extraordinary, ingenious and effective act of civil disobedience drawing attention to the need for action on climate change.

http://www.bullfrogfilms.com/catalog/bid.html 

Comment by David MacLeod on June 21, 2013 at 12:34pm

I remember hearing someone at a Permaculture convergence a few years ago tell me that the book "World War Z" was a great read, and also a great metaphor for dealing with the triple threat of peak oil, climate change, and economic instability.  Never read the book, but now that the movie is out, maybe it could be part of our film series.  Think the Barkely theater would let us co-sponsor? :) 

Comment by warren miller on June 19, 2013 at 10:51am

Check out the Coal doc tonight, June 19th,  on KCTS and online. Can we bring it to the big screen here?

http://earthfix.opb.org/energy/article/coal-the-documentary/

Comment by Margo Terrill on June 12, 2013 at 11:01pm

Another one I enjoyed was Truck Farm http://www.truckfarm.org/see-the-movie/

Comment by Margo Terrill on June 12, 2013 at 10:59pm

I'd like to see Obselidia again. 

Comment by Margo Terrill on June 12, 2013 at 10:47pm

Oh, the Hemp one looks really good!

Comment by warren miller on June 12, 2013 at 10:29pm

Here is another suggestion- industrial hemp!

http://www.bringingithomemovie.com/

What do you think?

Comment by warren miller on May 28, 2013 at 12:48pm

Here is another recent suggestion-

We're Not Broke, www.werenotbrokemovie.com
It won official selection 2012 Sundance, Independent Film Festival Boston and Dallas International Film Festival.

Anyone else seen it? Another possible Finance Work Group movie?

Let me know!

Comment by warren miller on May 20, 2013 at 8:38am

Another movie suggestion- Anyone seen "Somewhere in New Mexico Before the End of Time"? Check out the trailer here- http://www.youtube.com/user/sosebee2?feature=csp-in-feed

With twin threats of Peak Oil and Climate Change staring industrial civilization in the eye, Dr. Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus from the University of Arizona, demonstrates his thesis of durable living and what power-down actually means. A Michael Sosebee Film.

More background video available here- http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLH4wg4E5BTNJsvN8-d6KUkFdgb8xi...

 

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