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After this content becomes available November 6th at 1:00 am GMT+1, you'll have 17 days to start watching. Once you begin, you'll have 48 hours to finish watching the film. 

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On 15 November, 18:00 there is a live Q&A with filmmakers Nila Madhab Panda and Bettina Oberli, and climate change advisor Sara Venturini.

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99 minutes

Synopsis

A unique and captivating anthology of 11 short films that humanise the climate crisis.

Actors in Faouzi Bensaïdi's A Sunny Day playfully don snorkelling masks in cafes and bus stops. A mock divorce court hears that Megha has left her husband to find clean air in the countryside. After returning to his childhood home, a grandfather falls to the ground in shock and anxiety at the realisation that an Elm tree he had planted, a symbolic moment in his youth, was no longer there. Salomé Lamas employs a key symbol from Romanticism, Géricault's The Raft of the Medusa, to express being caught adrift.

Award-winning actress Emily Beecham gives another standout performance in Bettina Oberli’s Kingdom, surviving in a post-apocalyptic world.

 

'A film by art for the world' - Jiminy

'We are all interconnected: Interdependence – an Art For The World film project on the environment and climate change.' - Jiminy

 


On 15 November, 18:00 there is a live Q&A with filmmakers Nila Madhab Panda and Bettina Oberli, and climate change advisor Sara Venturini.

Once you have purchased your film ticket, you can join the live Q&A simply by selecting the Q&A box from the right sidebar on the viewing platform and then clicking “enter livestream” at the designated time. There is a countdown clock on the livestream window to let you know when it will start.

Join live for the chance to submit your questions.

Q&As will also be recorded and made available to ticket holders for the duration of the program availability window.