1st May (all day online). Festival Pass £25, Day Pass £10.
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Last Call for Tomorrow
Directed by Gary Null & Valerie Van Cleve
USA, 94 mins
Last Call for Tomorrow, reflects on the crisis’ facing all life on Earth.
We are witnessing the 6th Mass Extinction of our planet. We are loosing about 200 species a day. Humanity has killed 83% of all wild mammals and half of all plants. Of the birds left in the world, 70% are poultry chickens and other farmed birds.
Global industrial pollution is killing over 9 million people a year, through bad air and water.
What recourse can the people take, when there are no effective institutions to deal with the global one world order.
We face a clear choice: radical political transformation or deepening mass extinction.
To secure a sustainable future, we must change how we think, who we are, and how we live.
Shorts: Long Shorts 2
Autumn Never Dies (Chris Quick, UK, 25 mins)
The Door (Astrid Thorvaldsen, UK, 22.5 Mins)
A Summer of Birds (Heather Pasfield, UK, 20 mins)
Shear (Riyadh Haque, UK, 20 mins)
Shorts: Shorts 6
Inhale (Nasser Zamiri, Iran, 19.5 mins)
The Pink Line (Bayan Zarabi, Iran, 15 mins)
Bask (SJ White, UK, 15 mins)
You Can Call Me Type One (Lukas Ahlin, Sweden, 12.5 mins)
Talia (Cara Bamford, UK, 10 mins)
Bulldog (Kieran Stringfellow, UK, 6.5 mins)
Wichita (Sergine Dumais, USA, 5.5 mins)
Celebrity Stalker (Roshni “Rush’ Bhatia, 5 mins)
You can buy either a day or whole festival pass here. We’ll be in touch a few days before the festival starts with links & pass codes so you can watch the films. Enjoy!