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Salford Green Screen

16th July 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Salford Green Screen on Saturday, 16th July from 5pm is the first of a screening series of independent documentary, short and feature films with social ecology at heart. It is organised by Partisan Collective’s Environment Team. We aim to create a local community acting in favour of the environment and waste reduction in Greater Manchester and more specifically in Salford. 

Where: Partisan Collective. Unit 2, New Islington Mill Regent Trading Estate, Oldfield Rd, Salford, Manchester M5 4DE

When:  Saturday 16th July 2022, 5 — 8.30pm 

This event is free to attend — donations welcome! Please register via the link. This is a public event open to all, Partisan members and non-members alike. Curious about membership? Find out more here. A potluck is organised at the end of the event, so don’t hesitate to make us discover your best recipe! 

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5.00 — Doors
5.15  — Intro

5.30  Fools&Dreamers (2019, Happen Films)

Fools & Dreamers: Regenerating a Native Forest is a documentary about Hinewai Nature Reserve, on New Zealand’s Banks Peninsula, and its kaitiaki/manager of 30 years, botanist Hugh Wilson. Now considered a hero locally and across the country, Hugh oversees 1500 hectares resplendent in native forest, where birds and other wildlife are abundant and 47 known waterfalls are in permanent flow.

6.00 — Discussion

6.15 — Teuga (2021, Tatsuki Shirai)

A Karen village in Thailand’s highest mountain (Doi Inthanon), home to both wildlife and indigenous peoples, has traditionally coexisted with its natural landscape through rice cultivation. However, for Asak’s young family, a recent interest in domestic tourism on the mountain has created new avenues of metamorphosis for village life.

7.00 — Discussion & Director Q&A

7.15 — Potluck Food & group activity
8.30 — Ends


16th July 2022
5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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