Watch at home on Wednesday 3rd June, then join with others in the local community for the live post-film discussion! The event is free but booking is required as places are limited. A link will be sent to attendees on the day of the event. If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please […]
There will be a post-screening discussion via Zoom! Full details of how to access the film and the Zoom discussion with be sent to attendees the day before the screening.
“The concern is about the flow of cars. It’s not about people” – Raquel Rolnik, urban planner See the change you want to be in this award-winning film. Bikes vs Cars explores what sort of a world we are creating for ourselves, and what could happen if we moved away from car-centric society to a […]
Refreshments will be provided.
The Paris Agreement is a milestone in history influencing the next decades. For the first time 195 nations committed to take action against climate change. The film gives insight behind closed doors of the negotiations and reveals the clash of forces, which shape our future: national self-interest against destruction of whole countries, rich versus poor, […]
For this month’s climate cafe, Greener Kirkcaldy will be screening the award-winning documentary Just Eat It. The film showing will be followed by a discussion, and refreshments will be provided.
A poem for the planet, Metamorphosis takes the pulse of our earth and bears witness to a moment of profound change: the loss of one world, and the birth of another.
Screening as part of OREF Sustainable Orkney Conference – free entry included with conference ticket available from Eventbrite. The film will be followed by a discussion about what we can do to create a fairer and more sustainable world.
The film will be followed by a discussion about what we can do to create a fairer and more sustainable world.
There will be a discussion after the screening.
Refreshments will be available at the bar.
Join us before the screening for a meal inspired by the film, with recipes fed by trees and plants. Served by the Neep & Okra Kitchen.
There will be drinks and a post-screening discussion.
After the screening we will be joined by Emma Witham of MOO Food to discuss ways in which we can act locally.
As part of their monthly Climate Cafe, Greener Kirkcaldy will be showing Chasing Ice along with a post-screening discussion. Refreshments will be provided!
This first-ever look inside the Palestinian police academy brings us the story about a young woman navigating formidable obstacles, learning which rules to break and follow, and disproving the negative predictions from her surroundings and the world at large.
A portrait of poverty, ambition and hope set in a world of waste.
We are delighted to be supporting this screening of Tomorrow as part of Falkirk Climate Week!