Welcome to Transition Crouch End's regular film event
You are warmly invited to Green on The Screen @ Earl Haig Hall
Green on the Screen Venue

Entry: Free donations warmly welcomed
Venue address: 
18 Elder Avenue, London N8 9TH, tel 020 8347 0545 
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We show films concerned with Green issues, Food, Sustainability etc
with discussions/presentations
Drinks available for purchase from Earl Haig's main hall bar.

Next Film event:

Mon 21st Nov - 'We the Uncivilised'

Inspiring Grassroots documentary that follows a couple and their unborn child’s quest for the seeds of an alternative culture rather than our current one of consumption and separation. Their tour of the Uk features pioneering People, Places & Projects and their responses to the question “What could an Uncivilised world look like?” Includes; Satish Kumar (editor of The Ecologist), Polly Higgins (ecocide lawyer), Martin Shaw (founder of School of Myth), Jewels Wingfield (ecofeminist), Mac Macartney (founder of Embercombe), Simon Fairlie (editor of The Land), Glennie Kindred (author and artist), and the late Patrick Whitefield(permaculturist & Author).

The evening includes open discussion, plus Q&A with the film makers. At Earl Haig Hall, Elder Ave, N8

Free entry but donations welcomed. Drinks available in the main bar. Come early at 6.30pm and enjoy a drink from the bar and bring some food to share. Film starts 7.30pm promptly.

Recent quotes from those who have been to a screening;-

'This film encapsulates the most profound journey of what it means to be human I've ever witnessed.'

''This film should carry a warning - 'this film will break your heart open'.

'I feel like someone danced my heart awake" 


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