Cinema - WOW - Tomorrow (Demain) (cert tbc)


Directors: Melanie Laurent, Cyril Dion

Starring: Rob Hopkins, Jeremy Rifkin, Vandana Shiva

France, 2015, 1 hour 58 minutes

With subtitles

An inspiring, timely movie about the best ways to solve our ecological crisis. Presented in five key chapters that lay out clearly and simply the work of pioneers who are reinventing agriculture, energy, the economy, democracy and education. From the Bristol Pound and Detroit’s urban farms to Copenhagen, where 70% of the energy consumed comes from non-fossil fuels, this reveals the positive, concrete solutions that already work. A feel-good, feel-active eco-doc that shows the emergence of what could be tomorrow's world . . .

A panel discussion will follow the film, with filmmaker Helen Iles and artist Fern Smith, both involved in the environmental sector in Wales. To learn more about them, click on the 'Further Information' tab to see their biographies.

“required viewing for anyone wondering what they could do to pitch in and save the planet.”  Hollywood Reporter

Winner of the Best Documentary Caesar (French BAFTA) 2016

Voices of Resistance Season

Wednesday 5 April 8pm




Dates and Times:

Wed 5th Apr


Pricing Information:

Full price:£ 7.25
Full time students:£ 6
Senr.Citizens:£ 6
Other Conc.:£ 6

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Fern Smith is an artist with a twenty-five years experience co-leading Volcano Theatre Company, a Revenue Funded Organisation (RFO) of the Arts Council of Wales. After being awarded the Arts Council of Wales Fellowship on the Clore Leadership Programme in 2009, she went on to establish Emergence, an arts and sustainability initiative (now  Community Interest Company), curating events, commissioning art and undertaking research that champions the role of the arts in social justice and ecological sustainability. In 2017 she was awarded a Major Creative Wales Award from the Arts Council of Wales.


Helen Iles is a filmmaker and a creative writer. 'Living in the Future' is an ongoing project documenting sustainable communities and ecovillages around the world. They host a free online series, a regular blog and a set of three feature documentaries - Ecovillage Pioneers, Lammas and their latest film, Deep Listening.

'Living in the Future' is concerned with outer and inner transformation. Bringing many years of yoga and mediation practice together with creative expression, Helen is also an experienced workshop facilitator as well as an enthusiastic community artist and successful fundraiser. She is currently working on a project around the concept of Utopia with academics from Swansea University and community collaborators around Wales.

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