Transition Whatcom

Transition Film Series

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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!

Discussion Forum

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

Tags: film, movie, movies, films

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Comment by Jamie Jedinak on April 3, 2010 at 10:58pm
please post new location!! :)
Comment by David MacLeod on April 3, 2010 at 2:48pm
I understand the location has changed for the Age of Stupid film showing at WWU. I'm sending Sustainable Bellingham newsletter subscribers to this page where hopefully someone will post the new location.
Comment by Kate Clark on February 28, 2010 at 2:03pm
Hey all - We have booked our WWU showing of Age of Stupid (Formerly called "Crude") at Arnzen Hall 3, April 7. We'll have a double showing at the Fairhaven Firehouse mid-late March- stay posted for a date coming in a couple days.
Comment by David MacLeod on January 30, 2010 at 9:14am
Very cool!! Sorry I couldn't make it, but maybe I'll get to the Ferndale showing.
Comment by Kate Clark on January 30, 2010 at 12:15am
The film really was inspirational. Now I need to order an Amish catalog!

What Rob didn't mention is that he donated his cost to purchase the film rights- so we ended up with $278 that will go into the Great Unleashing fund. Thank you, Rob, and thanks so much for following through on getting the film and the location. After the Ferndale screening, we can show the film two more times. Rob suggested we (or the Food Security Workgroup) might want to show it after the Unleashing as well.
Comment by Rob Olason on January 30, 2010 at 12:02am
The first showing of "Homegrown" in Whatcom County (@ the Firehouse PAC in Fairhaven) was a sold-out success! But if you missed it or couldn't get in, there is another chance to see this inspirational and heartwarming film about the amazing urban farm family, the Dervaes. Join Transition Ferndale on Wednesday,2/17/10 for a potluck and movie showing at WECU-Ferndale, 5659 Barrett Road at the I-5 Main Street Exit. 5:30-6:30 optional potluck and idea sharing. At 6:30 pm view Homegrown.
Comment by Rob Olason on January 20, 2010 at 7:38pm
If "Homegrown" sells out during our one showing one-night-only presentation at the Firehouse PAC in Fairhaven, check the listing for Ferndale Transition. They are scheduling a showing in February at the Ferndale WECU.
 

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