Latest news about our 2015 -2016 film season!
Thursday 29 October 2015
7pm for tea and cake, 7.30pm showing, £2 admission
Wilmslow Quaker Meeting House, 1a Bourne Street, SK9 5HD
In this David vs. Goliath story, filmmaker Dave Gardner shares his own personal story of daring to challenge our growth-worshipping system. He is rebuked by elected officials who are deacons of the church of growth everlasting. He takes on millionaire real estate developers enriched by public growth subsidies, and he tackles economists who spin pro-growth propaganda.
Providing a ray of hope, the film also profiles groups and individuals exploring alternatives and moving the world toward true sustainability.
See more about the film here
Our 2014-2015 winter film series is here!
United Reformed Church (URC), Chapel Lane, Wilmslow SK9 1PR
Usually starting at 7.30pm, after tea/coffee & cake
suggested donation £2
Tuesday 31 March 2015, 7.30pm
‘A Dangerous Game’ “follows American billionaire Donald Trump and a cast of other greedy and outlandish characters who want to turn some of the Earth’s most precious places into golf courses and playgrounds for the super rich.” See trailer here.
12 November 2014: 7.30pm. Please note change of venue – Wilmslow United Reformed Church, SK9 1PR.
‘Chasing Ice’ is the story of one man’s mission to change the tide of history by gathering undeniable evidence of our changing planet. The film received the 2014 News and Documentary Emmy® award for Outstanding Nature Programming. See here for more information.
£2 suggested donation – includes tea & cake!
Tues March 25, 7.30pm we will be screening Dirt! The Movie!
Narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis, this Film tells the story of Earth’s most valuable and underappreciated source of fertility–from its miraculous beginning to its crippling degradation.
Tues April 29, 7.30pm we will be screening No Impact Man
Follow the Manhattan-based Beavan family as they abandon their high consumption 5th Avenue lifestyle and try to live a year while making no net environmental impact!
Transition Wilmslow Film & Cinema Group would like to draw your attention to:
The Park Tavern on Park Lane, Macclesfield recently converted their upstairs room into a fully-equipped little cinema. Starting January 2014, screenings on alternate Sunday evenings by Cinevangelist will be featuring great films that most people have probably never heard of. The twist is that the titles aren’t revealed in advance…You get a synopsis and genre, and you just have to trust Cinevangelist!
Tickets are free from the bar from 7pm on a first-come, first-serve basis and the films start at 8pm.
More details at www.entropyevents.com/cinema