When: Saturday 29th October. Doors open at 7, the film starts at 7.30.
Where: Cinema by the Sea – Looe’s community cinema, Looe Community Hub, Trewint Crescent, Looe PL13 1ET
CORNWALL’S CLIMATE STORIES
SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH to Claire Wallerstein who produced the films we will see tonight: ‘The need you have identified is indeed a real one and your films go a long way towards meeting it. Congratulations and best wishes for more’.
The climate crisis is often portrayed in the media as something happening in faraway places like the Arctic or Pacific Islands. Cornwall’s Climate Stories films look at how it is going to affect us right here in the UK and at the inspiring and creative people, researchers and businesses working to tackle the challenges.
Living on the Edge follows a trail runner around Cornwall’s dramatic coast path as she finds out how seaside communities are facing up to a future of sea level rise.
Plenty More Fish? looks at the surprising ways in which climate change is affecting Cornwall’s fishing industry – and what we can all do to help.
Each film is about 30 minutes long. Looe Marine Conservation Group are delighted that the films’ producer Claire Wallerstein will be here to answer questions. They also want to thank Cinema by the Sea for hosting the evening. Some of the filming was done in Looe and both films cover issues important to Looe.
For more information about the film series and the charity behind them, Cornwall Climate Care, visit: cornwallclimate.org
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