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UK screenings tour – FINITE the climate of change documentary film - new screenings

We’re bringing the award winning FINITE: The Climate of Change to a cinemas near you!

FINITE: The Climate of Change, features the Campaign to Protect Pont Valley in England and the occupation of the Hambacher forest in Germany. It reveals the relentless campaigning, direct action and creative protest, concerned people took to stop further destruction in both locations. The film shows scenes similar those of the 35,000 people taking action against RWE’s destruction of the village of Lützerath, Germany, earlier this year.

We're holding question and answer sessions on how you can get involved in current anti-coal battles after each of the screenings listed below.

The film is not yet available online, so head down to one of our events in the next couple of months to watch it with us. Bookings not necessary unless noted below, just come on the day.

Want to know more about the campaign in the Pont Valley – check out our blog ‘Coal is finite, but we are relentless’ for the background.

See you at a screening, full listings below.

New Film screenings followed by Coal Action Network Q&A

Thursday 6th July 6.30pm food, 8pm film Cloudwater Brewery Taproom Manchester - RSVP at https://finitetheclimateofchange.splashthat.com/ hosted by Patatonia

For more screenings, without Coal Action Network's attendance see https://www.finite-film.com/screenings

Get in touch if you'd like to show Finite: the climate of change in a cinema near you!

 

 

Past film screenings

Wednesday 15th February Dukes cinema, Lancaster followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Thursday 16th February Dukes cinema, Lancaster

Friday 17th February Alhambra Cinema, Keswick followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Tuesday 21st February Cameo, Edinburgh followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Thursday 23rd February Rio Cinema, East London

Sunday 26th February Gate Notting Hill, West London followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Monday 27th February Cinema City, Norwich followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Tuesday 28th February Electric Cinema, Birmingham followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Wednesday 1st March Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Sunday 5th March Hackney Picturehouse, East London

Monday 6th March Harbour Lights, Southampton followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Wednesday 8th March Crouch End, North London followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Wednesday 8th March , Glasgow (no Q&A)

Thursday 9th March Doors from 5.30-6.15pm Patagonia Store, Bristol. Now Fully Booked. Followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network. (Please get in touch if you'd like to help arrange another Bristol screening)

Friday 10th March Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Monday 13th March Bertha DocHouse, Central London followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Tuesday 14th March Volcano Theatre, Swansea followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Wednesday 15th March Chiswick Cinema, West London (tickets coming soon) followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Thursday 16th March Space4, London Finsbury Park followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Monday 20th March Picturehouse Central, Central London followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Tuesday 21st March Little Theatre, Bath followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Wednesday 22nd March Duke's at Komedia, Brighton followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and Coal Action Network

Thursday 23rd March Regal, Henley

Saturday 25th March Showroom, Sheffield followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate

Sunday 26th March City Screen, York

Monday 27th March Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Tuesday 28th March Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Wednesday 29th March FACT, Liverpool followed by Q&A with film maker Rich Felgate and guests

Wednesday 19th April 6pm. Taj Mahal Community HWB Machynlleth Hosted by Climate Camp Cymru 2024 Tickets free/by donation on the door, join us for soup before the film.

Wednesday 3rd May 7.45pm Alhambra Cinema Penrith

Friday 19th May 7pm Taliesin Arts Centre Swansea

Sunday 2nd June 7pm The Stove Network and Cafe (100 High St, Dumfries DG1 2BJ) Dumfries (Free screening)

Sunday 11th June 7pm Kirkgate Arts Centre Cockermouth hosted by XR North Lakes and West Cumbria & North Lakes FoE

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[…] struggles in the UK and Germany have hit the headlines recently. We’re bringing the award winning FINITE: The Climate of Change featuring similar protest scenes, to a cinemas near you! The documentary follows resistance to coal […]

Lisa Ridley
Lisa Ridley
1 year ago

This looks really powerful, we’d love it if it could be shown in Manchester. If that’s possible please get in touch.

Bret Willers
Bret Willers
10 months ago

Are you showing the film at the Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry? Or at any other cinemas in the City?

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