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19.03.2019 News

The movement initiated by the Great March for Climate, which brought together several tens of thousands of people in Belgium, confirmed our idea of offering you an event on the theme of the environment. Throughout the day of Sunday, March 24 at the Cinéma Vendôme, come and discover powerful documentaries on climate change and justice and our consumption patterns. Come and participate in the debates planned in the margins of the projections.

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We will also welcome citizen actors from the field who will present you with alternatives so that you can act on your own scale on environmental issues : Surfrider Europe, La Mie qui Roule, Sign for my Future, CNCD-11.11.11. 

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Blue (the Film): "By 2050, the seas will contain more plastic than fish. With the massive industrialization of the oceans, more than half of marine life has already disappeared. Industrial-scale fishing, the destruction of natural habitats, species extinctions and pollution are endangering the oceans." This screening will take place on Sunday, March 24th at 11am at the Cinéma Vendôme and will be followed by a big discussion with Pierre Paulus (editor-in-chief of Le JTerre) and Vincent Delhauteur (coordinator of the Sea Shepherd educational team). It will be moderated by Christophe Koninckx, Project leader on sustainability & citizenship issues at Springtime Brussels and member of the Festival Maintenant. A second screening is also organized on Tuesday, March 26 at 7pm at the Cinema Galeries (tickets HERE)

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Farine, sel, eau et savoir-faire: "Farine, sel, eau et savoir-faire" presents the craftsmen who enable Sébastien, the baker from La Mie qui Roule, to have a quality raw material for his sourdough bread. The director provokes a reflection on our society of food abundance in which bread has simultaneously lost its nutritional richness, its symbolic importance and the attention of consumers. This screening will take place on Sunday, March 24 at 2:30 pm at the Cinéma Vendôme, in the presence of the director. You will have the chance to taste and buy Sébastien's bread after the screening!

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Dark Eden: "In search of an answer to the question "What is the price for a better life?", Jasmin Herold explores Fort McMurray in Canada's far north, where the world's largest industrial project and third largest oil reserve are located. This screening will take place on Sunday 24 March at 4pm at the Cinéma Vendôme and will be followed by a discussion with Marie Arena, from the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament; Marc Lemaire, Founder of Group One (transition towards a sustainable economy). A second screening in the presence of the directors is also organized on Thursday, March 28 at 8:45 pm at the Cinéma Vendôme.

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Anote's Ark: "What to do when a nation is buried by water? Faced with the harsh realities of climate change, Kiribati, an island located in the Pacific lowlands, must find a new solution for the survival of its people. This screening will take place on Sunday, March 24 at 6pm at the Cinéma Vendôme and will be followed by a discussion with Marie Courtoy, a lawyer specializing in climate justice; Christophe Schoune, Secretary General at Inter-Environnement Wallonie and Rebecca Thissen, a researcher on climate justice at CNCD-11.11.11. The discussion will be moderated by Jérome Lagae, campaign manager at CNCD-11.11.11.11.

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Mountain (Bjeshké): "It is spring in Albania, when goats leave the plains for the high mountains. On a long journey to the Albanian mountains, we follow Prek Gjoni, a shepherd moving his cattle. Screening on Sunday, March 24 at 8:15 pm at the Cinéma Vendôme, in the presence of the director.

The Days and the Year: "In a small farm in the Waldviertel region of Austria, Gottfried and Elfie have opted for small-scale farming. They pursue this objective, always considering their animals as living creatures and the soil as a cosmos in its own right. This screening will take place on Sunday, March 24 at 8:15 pm at the Cinéma Vendôme.

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Welcome to Sodom: "Sodom is like a monster. "Sometimes you kill the monster, sometimes it's the monster that kills you." In Accra, Agbogbloshie is one of the most toxic places on earth. It is the largest electronic discharge in the world. This session will take place on Sunday, March 24 at 9pm at the Cinema Galeries.

Tickets are on sale on the Cinema Galeries website: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Losing Alaska: "For Newtok's 375 residents, global warming has a very real impact. Members of this small Alaskan community are seeing their homes disappear into the sea as winter storms nibble on their coastline and melting permafrost erodes the shores of their city. This screening will take place on Thursday, March 28 at 7pm at the Cinéma Vendôme.

More information on tickets: HERE

Follow the event on Facebook: HERE

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Filming for the climate - VIDEO COMPETITION

02.06.2019 e

Concerned about the climate? Do you want to see change ? Do you go on strike Thursdays? You want to act but you have the feeling that your voice is not heard?

 

"Filming for the climate" is the national competition that will allow you to speak over the climate! Express your vision of the future and your proposals for a sustainable environment through a video or film (30 sec - 10 'max.)