21 November 2017 - 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
‘Films for our Future’ is a season of films with an environmental theme being organised by different groups around Cambridgeshire. The full season is in February 2018 but we are delighted to be kicking off with a taster film and Q&A with explorer, BAFTA Award winner and presenter of BBC’s Tribe Bruce Parry. Tawai (the word nomadic hunters-gatherers of Borneo use to describe the inner feeling of connection to nature) is a feature length documentary, complete with stunning footage of life in the forest and panoramic views of our changing landscape.
Bruce explores what has happened to humankind since we stopped roaming and began to settle – when we stopped being at one with nature and began to shape it to our own needs. How has this affected tribes around the world? And what we can learn from their way of living? Bruce questions what has happened to our societies and how we relate to the natural world.
Make it a date and speak to the explorer and film maker in person. Tickets can be booked directly here.
Films for our Future is a collaboration between Transition Cambridge, Pivotal, Cambridge Carbon Footprint, Cambridge Sustainable Food, South Cambridgeshire District Council, Cambridge City Council and 2G3S
Event DetailsThe Light Cinema Cambridge Leisure Park Clifton Way CB1 7DY