Date: 27th Jan 2020
Time: 15:00 - 21:00
Location: An Croí, Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin
Price: Free

An day of discussions, talks, campaign and community support, with food and music, centred around the book and film of the same name by Naomi Klein.

Includes screening of film This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein at 19:00, followed by discussion.

TIMETABLE

Garden of Reflection Gallery

13:00

Exhibition launch: Last Tree in Ireland

Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin (Cafe open until 19:00)

15:00 – 18:30

Zero Waste shop // Fair Trade Shop // Useless shop // Traidcraft // Extinction Rebellion

15:00 – 15:30

Clamour Choir (Inishowen)

16:30 – 17:15

Zero Waste group presentation + discussion

17:15 – 18:00

Presentation by Jacqui Loughrey (Pink Ladies): “What is Disrupting our Health?”

18:00 – 18:30

Maeve O'Neill and Jim Keys – Mummers play: “How we humans relate to our Environment”

18:30

Presentation by Marian Farrell: “An introduction to the possibility of Collaboration for Change”

19:00

Film screening: This Changes Everything

20:30 – 21:00

Post-film discussion (Chaired by Mary McGuiggan)

About the film:

Filmed over 211 shoot days in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change.

Official Selection 2015 Toronto International Film Festival USA/CANADA | 89 minutes | 2015 | English

Comhrá, cainteanna, tacaíocht d’fheachtais, tacaíocht phobail, bia agus ceol i rith an lae agus gach rud dírithe ar an leabhar agus ar an scannán, a bhfuil an t-ainm céanna orthu, le Naomi Klein. Taispeánfar an scannán This Changes Everything le Naomi Klein ar 19:00, agus beidh caint ann ina dhiaidh.

Faoin scannán féin:

Rinneadh scannánú ar 211 lá ar leith thar thréimhse ceithre bliana i naoi dtír agus ar chúig mhór-roinn. Is iarracht ábhalmhór é This Changes Everything dúshlán ollmhór athrú na haeráide a athshamhlú.

Rogha Oifigiúil Fhéile Idirnáisiúnta Scannán Toronto SAM/Ceanada | 89 bomaite | 2015 | Béarla

"What is it about those vanishing glaciers and desperate polar bears that makes me want to click away? Is it really possible to be bored by the end of the world? It’s not that I don’t care what happens to polar bears. It’s just that we’re told that the cause isn’t out there, that it’s in us, it’s human nature. We’re innately greedy and short-sighted. And if that’s true, there is no hope. But when I finally stopped looking away, traveled into the heart of the crisis, met people on the front lines, I discovered so much of what I thought I knew was wrong. And I began to wonder: what if human nature isn’t the problem? What if even greenhouse gases aren’t the problem? What if the real problem is a story, one we’ve been telling ourselves for 400 years." - Naomi Klein, From This Changes Everything