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Organizations & Campaigns

This space is intended as a register for North Cornwall-wide organisations that wish to support the Transition Movement or that may be useful to Transition Groups.

To add your organisation either add in a new 'comment' or use the 'contact' form to send in the information you wish to publish.

Good Screenings

Show the best, award-winning social justice filmmaking.

Share films that aren't just good - they do good too...

Welcome to the future of film distribution. Now anyone in the world can buy a license to screen these excellent films. Our cunning software will calculate the license according to who you are, where you screen and how many people you're screening to. You can even keep the profits for yourself or your organisation, campaign or cause.

It's a simple concept: you buy a license (set according to whether you're eg a school in India or a multinational corporation in DC) from the website, hire or borrow some projection equipment, invite your pals and neighbours round to your scout hut, canal boat or museum, charge them for tickets (or not, as you prefer), cry or laugh at the brilliant film, make loads of new friends, maybe start a new campaign cos you're all so inspired - and keep all the profits for your own campaign or pocket. What's not to love?

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The Age of Stupid, Franny Armstrong's phenomenal climate change film, was the first to use this site. So far, 1201 screenings have been held, and counting. Now there are nine films available to show. Book yours now!

-> The Yes Men Fix the World - Remember the dudes who pretended to be Dow Chemical and apologised live on the BBC for the Bhopal disaster, thereby wiping a couple of billion off Dow's stock price? Well, they just made the funniest 90 minutes you'll ever see on the subject of climate change.
-> The End of the Line - if we eat all the fish now there won't be any left and then we'll be hungry... This doc caused a huge splash (boom boom) last year, created a major campaign and got lots of corporations and restaurants to change their fish policies.
-> Chosen - extremely moving doc about the sexual abuse of boys by teachers in Britain’s private schools. Not a laugh a minute.
-> Heavy Load - utterly hilarious and heart-warming tale of a punk rock band subject to all the usual ego problems which come with chasing the rock'n'roll dream. Except these musicians have learning difficulties.
-> The Day After Peace - the inspiring 10-year story of a young man fighting to establish the UN Day of Peace. With a little Angelina Jolie for good measure.
-> Erasing David - Filmmaker David Bond decides to find out how much of our personal information is floating around, by disappearing for a month and setting two of the world’s top private investigators the task of tracking him down, using only publicly available data.
-> Moving to Mars - follows two refugee families from a small village in Burma as they move to their new home in.... Sheffield.
-> McLibel - My first film, which has already been seen by 22 million people, tells the story of the postman and gardener who took on McDonald's in England's longest-ever court case - and won.