Thursday, March 23, 2017

TOMORROW - a New Film by the Transition Network

TOMORROW - the Film!

Transition Network has been one of the leading inspiration of the narrative and the spirit of “TOMORROW”.
TOMORROW is an upbeat environmental documentary directed and narrated (in English) by actress Melanie Laurent (Inglorious Basterds) and activist Cyril Dion.

Together, they traveled to 10 countries to visit Permaculture farms, urban agriculture projects, community-owned renewable initiatives. They introduce us to people making a difference in the fields of food, energy, finance, democracy, and education.

See TOMORROW at these Theaters or set up a screening in your town or city:

Northern California:
  • San Francisco: Vogue Theater – April 14th to 20th – Q&A with Director Cyril Dion and Robert Reed on April 14th
  • Sebastopol: Rialto – April 14th to 20th - Q&A with Director Cyril Dion and Robert Reed on April 15th
  • Berkeley: Elmwood – April 14th to 20th - Q&A with Director Cyril Dion and Robert Reed on April 15th
Southern California
  • Los Angeles: Fine Arts – April 18th – Evening event with fundraising opportunity - Q&A with Director Cyril Dion
  • Los Angeles: Laemmle’s Music Hall – April 20th to 21st – Q&A with Director Cyril on April 21st
  • Pasadena: Laemmle’s Pasadena Playhouse – April 22nd to 23rd
  • Claremont: Laemmle’s Claremont – April 22nd to 23rd
Mid-Atlantic region
  • New York City: Village East – April 21st to 27th - Q&A with Director Cyril Dion on April 22nd
  • Rhinebeck: Upstate Films – April 24th
  • Washington DC: Film Fest DC – April 24th and 26th
  • Rockland, ME: Strand Theater – April 21st - 27th
More info here on the film's release in the U.S., including contact info of the distribution team, prices for screenings and more! 

Watch Trailer Here

Press Kit Here

And the film is also a book! The English language paperback edition of Tomorrow will be available in the U.S. on April 5th. Chelsea Green Publishing is making a special 50% (20 books or more) to Transition initiatives screening the film, or using the book as the basis for a discussion group. For more information, please contact Darrell Koerner at dkoerner@chelseagreen.com303.963.5612.
Mission: Transition US (TUS) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves as the national hub for the international Transition Towns movement. Our mission is to catalyze and strengthen a national network of citizen-powered groups who are building local resilience through community action.

We accomplish this mission by:
  • Inspiring people to take action in their communities
  • From water and energy to transportation and agriculture, we help local people gain the skills they need to build a resilient communities and localized economies
  • Training local leaders to educate, organize and mobilize their communities
  • Identifying and sharing best resilience-building practices
  • Providing a knowledge hub of resources and models
  • Connecting emerging leaders to this vital movement and to each other
We are working in close partnership with the Transition Network, a UK based organization that supports the international Transition Movement as a whole.

1 comment:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Thanks for posting! Didn't know about this.