Our Events

Upcoming Documentaries

The Last Tourist

Screening date: June 21, 2024

Location: Bezuidenhoutseweg 40, Den Haag

Travel has lost its way Travel is at a tipping point. Tourists are unintentionally destroying the very things they have come to see. Overtourism has magnified its impact on the environment, wildlife, and vulnerable communities around the globe. Forgotten voices reveal the real conditions and consequences of one of the largest industries worldwide through the forgotten voices of those working in its shadow. The role of the modern tourist is… Read more

Past Documentaries

In the past 7 years we screened over 50 documentaries, at different venues in The Hague.

Take Care of Maya

Health, Justice, Privacy
Synopsis: When nine-year-old Maya Kowalski was admitted to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in 2016, nothing could have prepared her or her family for what they were about to go through. As the medical team tried to understand her rare illness, they began to question the basic truths that bound the Kowalskis together. Suddenly, Maya was in state custody despite two parents who were desperate to bring their daughter home.… Read more

Screening date: May 17, 2024

Without Leaving Anyone Behind

Communities, Energy, Climate
The energy discussion has become polarized. There are those who believe climate change is a crisis requiring nothing short of toppling of the entire global economic system. There are still some who question whether climate change is happening or whether it's human-caused. And then there are those who believe climate change is serious but actionable with existing technologies, consumer pressure and government incentives. There are those who ask: What about… Read more

Screening date: April 19, 2024

A Small Act

Poverty, Education
Jennifer Arnold's documentary "A Small Act" focuses on Kenyan diplomat Chris's search for Hilde, the Swedish woman whose donations ensured that he could get through school. Years later, he founds his own scholarship program to replicate the kindness he once received. Any deed - no matter how small - can have a great impact. To be certain, Chris founded his own scholarship program in honor of Hilde. Read more

Screening date: March 1, 2024

The Elephant Whisperers

Communities, Wildlife, Animal Rights
Bomman and Bellie, a couple in South India, devote their lives to caring for an orphaned baby elephant named Raghu, forging a family like no other that tests the barrier between the human and the animal world. The indigenous couple tirelessly work to ensure his survival. The film highlights the beauty of the wild spaces in South India and the people and animals who share this space. TransitieCinema changed venue!… Read more

Screening date: February 2, 2024

The Search for General Tso

Migration, Communities, Food
Who was General Tso, and why are we eating his chicken? The Search for General Tso is a documentary film that dives into how Chinese cuisine has adapted to American culture in order for the culture to survive in a hostile environment. The film touches on how Americans do not seek authenticity but instead want a window into the culture while staying within their comfort zone. In cooperation with the… Read more

Screening date: December 8, 2023

The Human Scale

Communities, Land-use, Housing
In co-operation with The Hague University of Applied Sciences (Haagse Hogeschool) and co-organized with the transition-management students, TransitieCinema presents a screening of "The Human Scale" Synopsis: Half of the human population lives in urban areas. By 2050, this will increase to 80%. Life in a megacity is both enchanting and problematic. Today we face peak oil, climate change, loneliness and severe health issues due to our way of life. But… Read more

Screening date: November 10, 2023

Anthropocene & Eco-Anxiety

Health, Land-use, Climate
A cinematic meditation on humanity’s massive reengineering of the planet, ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch is a four years in the making feature documentary film from the multiple-award winning team of Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier and Edward Burtynsky. Third in a trilogy that includes Manufactured Landscapes (2006) and Watermark (2013), the film follows the research of an international body of scientists, the Anthropocene Working Group who, after nearly 10 years… Read more

Screening date: October 13, 2023

Deep Rising

Governance, Water, Technology
This exquisite fly-on-the-wall environmental doc is also a gripping and up-to-the-minute tale of geopolitical, scientific, and corporate intrigue that exposes the destructive machinations of a secretive organization empowered to extract massive amounts of of metals from the deep seafloor. Narrated by Jason Momoa, DEEP RISING illuminates the vital relationship between the deep ocean and sustaining life on Earth. Read more

Screening date: September 8, 2023

The Waterworks of Money

Poverty, Governance, Economy
Who makes our money? Where does it all go? And why doesn’t the financial system work for everyone? These questions are at the heart of The Waterworks of Money, the latest work by artist and cartographer Carlijn Kingma. In the exhibition, now on view at Kunstmuseum Den Haag, she leads you through a watery world where money is in motion, its hidden forces made manifest. Money as water If you… Read more

Screening date: June 16, 2023

Slay

Economy, Animal Rights
Is it acceptable to kill animals for fashion? From the makers of award-winning films Cowspiracy and What The Health, SLAY follows filmmaker Rebecca Cappelli’s journey around the world to uncover the dark side of the fashion industry. Rebecca's investigation into the animal skins trade unravels a harrowing story of greenwashing, mislabeling, animal cruelty and cover-ups from some of the world's major luxury fashion brands. SLAY provides an in-depth and eye-opening… Read more

Screening date: May 12, 2023

Forget Me Not: Inclusion in the Classroom

Health, Education, Communities
As 3-year-old Emilio prepares to start school, his family finds itself embroiled in a challenge all too common for children with disabilities – to secure the right to an inclusive education. Cornered in one of the most segregated education systems, New York City public schools, filmmaker Olivier and his wife Hilda turn the camera on themselves and their child with Down syndrome, as they navigate a byzantine system originally designed… Read more

Screening date: April 21, 2023

Nasrin

Equality, Justice, Democracy
Secretly filmed personal portrait of Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh. The fact that she is currently in prison for standing up for human and women’s rights, makes this documentary all the more urgent. A must-see masterclass in courage and optimism. Ever since Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi encouraged her to get her law degree, Nasrin Sotoudeh has worked for the rights of women, children, religious minorities and many… Read more

Screening date: March 10, 2023

Setting the Bar: A Craft Chocolate Origin Story

Communities, Food
Setting the Bar follows the top craft chocolate makers in the world as they journey through the deep jungles of the Peruvian Amazon in search of rare native cacao varietals that have never been used in chocolate production. Share in the passion and excitement of the chocolate makers as they travel into the unknown, find purpose in the stories of the indigenous cacao farmers, and view first-hand the widespread impacts… Read more

Screening date: February 10, 2023

2040 - Join the Regeneration

Energy, Climate, Technology
Imagine the world in 2040 To build a new economy we first must dare to dream. We need to create images of the world we want. That is why we partner with the world’s best science-based communication efforts. 2040 – Join The Regeneration is the unique uplifting documentary film by Damon Gameau. The documentary featuring Paul Hawken (Project Drawdown) and Kate Raworth (Doughnut Economics) integrates the ideas in Drawdown and… Read more

Screening date: January 13, 2023

From Here

Migration, Communities, Justice, Governance
From the epicenter of today's global migration debates, FROM HERE follows four young people who represent the future of global citizenry. Filmed over the better part of a decade in two of the world’s largest immigration countries (the U.S. and Germany) FROM HERE captures an international generation’s fight for belonging in an era of rising nationalism. Set in Berlin and New York, FROM HERE interweaves the stories of Tania, Miman,… Read more

Screening date: December 9, 2022

Fake Famous

Health, Technology
"Fake Famous" explores the meaning of fame and influence in the digital age through an innovative social experiment. Following three Los Angeles-based people with relatively small followings, the film explores the attempts made to turn them into famous influencers by purchasing fake followers and bots to “engage” with their social media accounts. First-time director and veteran journalist Nick Bilto and his team kick off the experiment with a casting call… Read more

Screening date: November 4, 2022

Switch On

Health, Communities, Energy, Technology
"Switch On" is a film that illustrates the profound challenges that energy poverty poses for nearly one billion people on planet Earth. It’s a follow up to the earlier released documentary “Switch”. Meet leaders, entrepreneurs, and everyday citizens working to eradicate 'energy poverty' in their countries. In a journey that's enlightening and emotional, Switch On will change the way you look at energy and the developing world forever. Read more

Screening date: October 7, 2022

One Of Us

Health, Communities
Like many communities in northern Thailand 25 years ago, Tha Wang Tan had a number of people living with HIV/AIDS. There was a lot of fear and stigma, in many forms, against people with HIV/AIDS and family due to lack of knowledge and understanding. Some were turned away at public health facilities, or abandoned by families, or shunned by other community members. Vendors threw away plates and bowls used by… Read more

Screening date: January 29, 2021

One Way Ticket - The Rise of the Digital Nomad

Migration, Economy, Technology
With a reliable internet connection and modern technology, people around the world are hitting the road combining work and travel to explore other cultures and ways of life. They realize they don't need to pay high rent to be near their place of work, but also that there is no reason to spend the rest of their lives in the place they were born. They work and live from anywhere… Read more

Screening date: October 2, 2020

3 short documentaries from The Hague

Communities, Governance, Waste, Climate
TransitieCinema invites you for the screening of 3 different short documentaries, that share one special thing in common: their authors/editors are from The Hague, and they will be in the Q&A panel to answer all your questions! "Bosque Sano": A movie that shows the worldwide ecocamps movement and how climate change connects a place as far away as Bolivia back to our world here in The Hague. "Up a Tree":… Read more

Screening date: February 28, 2020

The Biggest Little Farm

Communities, Food
The Biggest Little Farm follows two dreamers and a dog on an odyssey to bring harmony to both their lives and the land. The film chronicles eight years of daunting work and outsize idealism as they attempt to create the utopia they seek, planting 10,000 orchard trees and over 200 different crops, and bringing in animals of every kind. When the farm’s ecosystem finally begins to reawaken, so does the… Read more

Screening date: January 31, 2020

The Climate Limbo

Migration, Poverty, Climate
The Climate Limbo is a documentary that analyses how climate change impacts on migrations and fuels poverty and wars. By 2050 climate change-related disasters could displace up to 250 million people. Read more

Screening date: December 13, 2019

Climate Change - The Facts

Communities, Governance, Climate
In this 2019 movie, after one of the hottest years on record, Sir David Attenborough looks at the science of climate change and potential solutions to this global threat. Interviews with some of the world’s leading climate scientists explore recent extreme weather conditions such as unprecedented storms and catastrophic wildfires. They also reveal what dangerous levels of climate change could mean for both human populations and the natural world in… Read more

Screening date: November 8, 2019

Make The World Greta Again

Education, Governance, Climate
In August 2018 the summer break in Sweden ended but Greta Thunberg, unlike her other classmates, did not return to school that first Monday. Instead, she stood in front of the Swedish parliament with a sign she had drawn herself. It read “Skolstrekj för klimatet” – school strike for the climate. At first, she planned not to go to school until the parliamentary elections in September, as she thought that… Read more

Screening date: November 8, 2019

Just Eat It

Waste, Food
In the film Just Eat it: A Food Waste Story (2014), the Canadian filmmaker-duo Rustemeyer and Baldwin spend six months eating food that would otherwise have been thrown away – including the shocking (and graphically depicted) insights they acquire. Filmmaking couple Rustemeyer and Baldwin previously entered into a competition with one another in The Clean Bin Project: who can produce less trash? Carrying on the theme, the couple now turn… Read more

Screening date: October 4, 2019

Ghost Fleet

Migration, Justice, Food
The Ghost Fleet is a documentary feature that uncovers the vast injustice of slavery in the Thai fishing industry through thrilling escape stories. Thailand supplies a large portion of America’s seafood, but Thailand’s giant fishing fleet is chronically short tens of thousands of fishermen per year. Human traffickers have stepped in, selling captives from the region to the captains for a few hundred dollars each. Once at sea, the men… Read more

Screening date: September 6, 2019

Closing the Loop

Waste, Economy
Going “circular” refers to the necessary change from our current take-make-waste linear economy to a borrow-use-return circular economy (sometimes also referred to as the zero-waste or cradle-to-cradle economy). The film is directed by A two-time Telly Award and Emmy Award winning filmmaker Graham Sheldon and presented by global sustainability expert, Prof. Dr Wayne Visser. And despite its dire warnings – John Elkington, famous for coining the “triple bottom line” of… Read more

Screening date: June 28, 2019

Welcome to Sodom

Poverty, Health, Waste
Agbogloshi, Accra is proven to be one of most poisonous places. It is the largest electronic waste dump in the world. It. About 6000 women, men and children live and work here. They call it SODOM. Every year about 250.000 tons of sorted out computers, smartphones, air conditions tanks and other devices from a far away electrified and digitalized world end up here. Shipped to Ghana illegally. Cleverly interwoven, the… Read more

Screening date: May 31, 2019

Soyalism

Justice, Governance, Climate, Food
In a world struck by climate change and overpopulation, food production control is increasingly becoming a huge business for a handful of giant corporations. Following the industrial production chain of pork and the related soybean monoculture, from China to Brazil through the United States and Mozambique, the documentary describes the enormous concentration of power in the hands of these Western and Chinese companies. This movement is putting out of business… Read more

Screening date: May 3, 2019

Do you trust this computer?

Governance, Technology, Privacy
Science fiction has long anticipated the rise of machine intelligence. Today, a new generation of self-learning computers has begun to reshape every aspect of our lives. Incomprehensible amounts of data are being created, interpreted, and fed back to us in a tsunami of apps, personal assistants, smart devices, and targeted advertisements. Virtually every industry on earth is experiencing this transformation, from job automation, to medical diagnostics, even military operations. "Do… Read more

Screening date: March 22, 2019

The Swedish Theory of Love

Health, Communities
Sweden is typically portrayed as having a perfectly organized society in which everyone has equal opportunities for an independent existence. One upshot is that people don’t need to ask anyone else for help or favors, bringing contact between individuals to an absolute minimum. Half the population lives in single households, and more and more women are choosing for single motherhood through artificial insemination. Meanwhile, the number of people dying alone… Read more

Screening date: February 22, 2019

Bushfallers - A Journey Of Chasing Dreams

Migration, Poverty
Two filmmakers from Cameroon and two from Germany try to find out why so many Africans want to migrate to Europe? What motivates them? What are their dreams? And what is the reality in Europe and in Africa like? And is migration just an euro-centric issue? BUSHFALLERS – A Journey of Chasing Dreams enters a world between aspiration and reality, between happiness and sadness, always searching for the inner desire… Read more

Screening date: January 18, 2019

A Basic Income for All!

Equality, Economy
There is enough wealth for all of us. What if we decided that every human being has a right to income security? How could a basic income change our lives? Could this relieve our society from the stress and anger that comes with the rising inequality? Read more

Screening date: November 2, 2018

Food Choices

Climate, Food, Animal Rights
This documentary follows filmmaker Michal Siewierski as he explores the impact that food choice has on people's health, the health of our planet and on the lives of other species sharing our world. It looks at many misconceptions about food and diet, offering a new view on these issues. Featuring interviews with 28 world-renowned experts, this film will certainly change the way you look at the food on your plate. Read more

Screening date: October 5, 2018

A Thirsty World

Poverty, Communities, Water
Today, against a backdrop of sharply increasing demand, growth in the world population and the growing impact of an unsettled climate, water has become one of the most precious natural resources of our planet. Faithful to Yann Arthus-Bertrand's reputation, A THIRSTY WORLD, filmed in some 20 countries, reveals the mysterious and fascinating world of fresh water through spectacular aerial images shot in regions that are difficult to reach and rarely… Read more

Screening date: September 7, 2018

From Source to Sea

Communities, Water, Waste
Op het Footprint festival is TransitieCinema te gast. TransitieCinema heeft maandelijks een groot publiek in het Nutshuis in Den Haag, met als doel mensen te informeren en bewust te maken over onderwerpen zoals transitie en duurzaamheid. Dit keer doet TransitieCinema mee aan het festival met de film ‘From Source to Sea’ van Merijn Tinga, beter bekend als de Plastic Soup Surfer. Hij voert al jaren actie om de hoeveelheid plastic… Read more

Screening date: July 14, 2018

Speed - in search of lost time

Health, Economy, Technology
It’s a paradox. Never before have we worked more efficiently. Never before have we saved time with more sophisticated technologies. But nearly everyone feels they don’t have enough time. Florian Opitz tries to track down the reasons for our lack of time and the constant acceleration of our lives. He reveals a disturbing picture of a civilisation that has disposed of all brake systems and goes blindly for unlimited and… Read more

Screening date: July 13, 2018

Alphabet

Education, Communities, Technology
This tribute to the human imagination takes the form of an indictment of hierarchical education systems aimed at competition and quantifiable results. This documentary essay quotes education expert Sir Ken Robinson at the start: “I believe that we systematically destroy this capacity [for imagination] in our children and in ourselves.” The film identifies similar complaints from China to France. Yang Dongping, educational science professor at the Institute of Technology in… Read more

Screening date: May 18, 2018

Banking Nature

Communities, Economy, Climate
That the climate is changing drastically and plant and animal species are dying out at a steady rate is an ominous reality. But one man’s global ecological disaster is another man’s economic opportunity. In recent years, nature conservation has become a flourishing business sector where huge sums of money change hands and endangered organisms are transformed into financial products. In the investigative documentary Banking Nature, Sandrine Feydel and Denis Delestrac… Read more

Screening date: April 13, 2018

Banking on Bitcoin

Economy, Climate, Technology
Not since the invention of the Internet has there been such a disruptive technology as Bitcoin. Bitcoin's early pioneers sought to blur the lines of sovereignty and the financial status quo. After years of underground development Bitcoin grabbed the attention of a curious public, and the ire of the regulators the technology had subverted. After landmark arrests of prominent cyber criminals Bitcoin faces its most severe adversary yet, the very… Read more

Screening date: March 2, 2018

A Quest for Meaning

Education, Communities
Two childhood friends travel the world to meet some of the greatest thinkers of our time. This incredible voyage, full of moments of doubt and moments of joy, will lead them to question the very beliefs that have shaped Western civilization. This film captures the change in human consciousness currently happening all over the planet, and the desire to live in harmony with oneself and the world. Read more

Screening date: January 26, 2018

Gringo Trails

Communities, Economy
Is tourism destroying the world–or saving it? From the Bolivian jungle to the party beaches of Thailand, and from the deserts of Timbuktu, Mali to the breathtaking beauty of Bhutan, GRINGO TRAILS shows the unanticipated impact of tourism on cultures, economies, and the environment, tracing some stories over 30 years. Read more

Screening date: December 15, 2017

Onderstroom

Communities, Governance, Energy, Democracy
A documentary about the road to sustainable energy in the Dutch province of Friesland and the NIMBY-effect. The director Jeroen Hoogendoorn investigates the citizens that organize against the build of a windmill farm and the democratic process, and gives an insight why the Dutch transition to sustainable energy is so slow. Read more

Screening date: November 10, 2017

Sustainable

Communities, Water, Land-use, Climate, Food
The movie is a vital investigation of the economic and environmental instability of America’s food system, from the agricultural issues we face — soil loss, water depletion, climate change, pesticide use — to the community of leaders who are determined to fix it. Sustainable Food Film is a film about the land, the people who work it and what must be done to sustain it for future generations. Read more

Screening date: October 13, 2017

Land Grabbing

Poverty, Communities, Economy, Food
Farmland is becoming more and more valuable and scarcer. Every year we lose about 12 billion hectares of farmland through soil sealing. After the financial meltdown in 2008 the global financial capital discovered the business segment of global farmland. Through land grabbing the rich of the world want to secure access to the world’s most important resources. Consequently, instead of farmers, profit is put before soil. If we don’t stop… Read more

Screening date: September 15, 2017

War on Minerals

Justice, Governance, Land-use, Technology
In 2012, 147 people were killed worldwide because they stand up for nature. One of them was a Dutchman, Willem Geertman. The documentary War on Minerals tells his story. Willem had been living in the Philippines for over forty years when he was shot dead in the middle of the day in front of his staff. During his time in the Philippines, Willem took a stand against environmental destruction caused… Read more

Screening date: June 16, 2017

The Price We Pay

Poverty, Justice, Governance, Economy
A documentary on the history and present-day reality of big-business tax avoidance, which has seen multinationals depriving governments of trillions of dollars in tax revenues by harboring profits in offshore havens. Read more

Screening date: May 19, 2017

Demain

Communities, Energy, Climate, Food
"Demain" (a.k.a. Tomorrow): Instead of showing all the worst that can happen, this documentary focuses on the people suggesting solutions and their actions. Showing solutions, telling a feel-good story… this may be the best way to solve the ecological, economical and social crises that our countries are going through. After a special briefing for the journal Nature announced the possible extinction of a part of mankind before the end of… Read more

Screening date: April 21, 2017

Racing Extinction

Climate, Wildlife, Animal Rights
"Racing Extinction", a documentary that follows undercover activists trying to stave off a man-made mass extinction. Scientists predict we may lose half the species on the planet by the end of the century. They believe we have entered the sixth major extinction event in Earth's history. Number five took out the dinosaurs. This era is called the Anthropocene, or 'Age of Man', because the evidence shows that humanity has sparked… Read more

Screening date: March 17, 2017

Democracy

Governance, Technology, Privacy, Democracy
We're in an age were "data" is considered the new oil. Legislation that protects our civil rights like privacy are of high concern and should be democratically controlled. But where does this legislation come from and how is it made? Explore the machinery and forces in a world that revolves around major economic interests; where politicians seem to have to choose between ordinary citizens and major companies. The movie offers… Read more

Screening date: February 17, 2017

Trashed

Health, Water, Waste
We buy it, we bury it, we burn it and then we ignore it. Does anyone think about what happens to all the trash we produce? We keep making things that do not break down. What happens to the billion or so tons of waste that goes unaccounted for each year. On a boat in the North Pacific Jeremy Irons faces the reality of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and… Read more

Screening date: January 20, 2017

Before the Flood

Communities, Economy, Climate, Wildlife
A look at how climate change affects our environment and what society can do to prevent the demise of endangered species, ecosystems and native communities across the planet. You can watch the trailer here: Read more

Screening date: December 9, 2016

Merchants of Doubt

Health, Governance, Climate
A documentary inspired by the book, Merchants of Doubt examines the history of corporate-financed public relations efforts to sow confusion and skepticism about scientific research. The filmmakers interviewed more than a dozen individuals who have been involved in a series of conflicts ranging from the regulation of tobacco products due to the health risks to global climate change. Read more

Screening date: November 11, 2016

Facing Animals

Food, Animal Rights
This is a documentary about the complex and often bizarre relationship between man and animal. Why do we look away from millions of animals in industrial farms while pampering and humanizing others? The movie will be accompanied by a selection of animal-related shorts! Read more

Screening date: October 11, 2016

The True Cost

Poverty, Waste, Economy
"This is a story about clothing. It’s about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays… Read more

Screening date: September 9, 2016

Life off grid

Communities, Energy, Technology
"From 2011 to 2013 Jonathan Taggart (Director) and Phillip Vannini (Producer) spent two years travelling across Canada to find 200 off-gridders and visit them in their homes. They met off-gridders in every single province and territory and through their film they narrated our travels and chronicled in depth the experiences, challenges, inventions, aspirations, and ways of life of people who have chosen to radically re-invent daily life in a dramatically… Read more

Screening date: June 16, 2016

Requiem For The American Dream

Poverty, Communities, Governance, Economy, Democracy
In Requiem For The American Dream Chomsky provides penetrating insight into what may well be the lasting legacy of our time - the death of the middle class, and swan song of functioning democracy. A potent reminder that power ultimately rests in the hands of the governed, REQUIEM is required viewing for all who maintain hope in a shared stake in the future. Through interviews filmed over four years, Chomsky… Read more

Screening date: May 27, 2016

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

Land-use, Climate, Food, Animal Rights
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret is a 2014 documentary film that explores the impact of animal agriculture on the environment, and investigates the policies of environmental organizations on this issue. "Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution, is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry, and is a primary driver of rainforest destruction, species extinction, habitat loss, topsoil erosion, ocean “dead zones,” and virtually… Read more

Screening date: April 15, 2016

TTIP: Might is Right

Governance, Economy, Democracy
"The proposed free trade agreement between the US and Europe (TTIP) causes concern about the European right to self-determination. The most controversial part of TTIP is ISDS: investor-state dispute settlement. ISDS will make it possible for companies to sue governments that damage their investments. But is this arbitrage system where a few investment lawyers decide over billions of taxpayers money a protection of our business interests, or a threat to… Read more

Screening date: March 22, 2016

Nothing like Chocolate

Communities, Food
"Nothing Like Chocolate", a movie about the cacao industry. “Finding hope in an an industry entrenched in enslaved child labor, irresponsible corporate greed, and tasteless, synthetic products, Nothing like Chocolate reveals the compelling story of the relentless Mott Green, founder of The Grenada Chocolate Company (GCC).” Read more

Screening date: February 19, 2016

Fossil Free

Governance, Energy, Economy, Climate
We will kick off the new year with what might be the most important topic of 2016: tackling the Carbon Bubble. With the success of the COP21 in Paris, where a global agreement was negotiated between countries to reduce climate change, it is now time to act accordingly! Implied is that part of our fossil fuels reserves cannot be burnt in the foreseeable future, to meet our climate goals. This… Read more

Screening date: January 15, 2016

Vanishing of the Bees

Health, Climate, Food
"Vanishing of the Bees", a documentary with a piercing investigative look at the economic, political and ecological implications of the worldwide disappearance of the honeybee. Read more

Screening date: December 11, 2015

This Changes Everything

Communities, Economy, Climate
The movie is inspired by Naomi Klein’s international non-fiction bestseller. Filmed over 211 days in nine countries and five continents over four years, "This Changes Everything" is an attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change. The film presents seven portraits of communities on the front lines, from Montana’s Powder River Basin to the Alberta Tar Sands, from the coast of South India to Beijing and beyond. Read more

Screening date: November 6, 2015