“Climate change isn’t a wonkish or academic issue; it’s a racial and social justice issue.”
Academy Award-nominated documentary filmmaker Josh Fox is continuing his impassioned call to action against the ravages of climate change with his latest feature documentary, How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change.
Josh is currently taking the film on tour to 100 locations in the U.S. and across the world in order to engage local people in the importance of protecting their lives and land from the encroaching gas industry.
We are delighted to welcome him to Edinburgh where he will be giving a special masterclass on filmmaking and activism.
Come and get inspired! This masterclass is free and open to all.
How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change will be screening on the same day (17th October) at the Odeon Wester Hailes at 6pm. Book your ticket / Student discount available.
This event is orgnaised in collaboration with The University of Edinburgh and with the support of the following organisations:
- Transition Edinburgh, connecting and supporting community groups, and initiates practical projects that strive for a greener, fairer, healthier and more resilient Edinburgh.
- Friends of the Earth (Edinburgh), a local environmental justice group with a strong focus on sustainable development and political campaigning.
- People and Planet Society, part of the UK's largest student network taking action to raise the ethical, environmental and social standards of Universities and beyond.
- CineShrub - Social Justice Movie Nights educating through feature films and documentaries with a social justice message and discussions after screenings.