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Film: TOMORROW. Organize a ‘Day After Tomorrow’ Workshop for your school or community.

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On Friday 11th February Span Arts will be screening the Film TOMORROW.

This feel-good, inspirational movie is about the pioneers reinventing agriculture, transport, energy, the economy, democracy and education around the world. This film reveals the ways in which activists and citizens are making the world a better, greener, more sustainable place. In partnership with WOW Wales One World Film Festival.

Under the Milky Way  would like you to prolong the film’s screening with the organization of a classroom/group exercise. This exercise is meant to have students/participants come together and think of one or (many) initiatives that they would like to implement in their classroom, school or community, in the spirit of “Tomorrow”.

Experience has shown that “Tomorrow”, and the messages it conveys, goes beyond the actual screening. The film has inspired thousands of people around the world to get together and start local initiatives. Under the Milky Way think it is a great source of constructive talks for all, and are particularly interested in hearing what the younger generation can imagine in order to build their own vision of the future of our society. So why not get a group of students from your school or ask your friends and family to come along and see what exciting initiatives they can create!

Download the pack here.

Delicious cakes, soup, bread and cheese made where possible from surplus food will be available thanks to the support of our volunteers and the “Make a Meal Of It” project.

Join us at Queen’s Hall Narberth

5.30pm – Doors Open Tea & Cake

6.00pm – Film Starts

8.00pm – Soup and Bread

French film dubbed in English

Cert: PG – 1 hr 58 mins

Suitable for all ages (8+ recommended)

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