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We the Uncivilised – Workshop
5 June 2016
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Please join us for a workshop/open space on Sunday 5th of June, 2-4pm, to unpick and discuss some of the themes from the film, Wetheuncivilised, A Life Story, with a focus on our relationship with home and belonging, in the context of the current civilised story of separation.
This event will be lead by Blackbirds Film’s Lex Titterington, and Keith Ellis of Moving Sounds, who are both part of the wetheuncivilised Community Screening Tour team.
This event will be Deaf-inclusive and will involve some sign language. All ages welcome.
Disillusioned by a cultural story of consumption and alienation, a couple are called to action…
Carrying with them their unborn child, they embark on a year-long journey around the UK, searching for the seeds of an alternative culture and with it hope for the future. Without any prior filmmaking experience, they buy a second hand film camera, and set off with an intention to share their experience.
They speak to grassroots activists alongside pioneering voices, including; Satish Kumar, Polly Higgins, Mac Macartney, Bruce Parry, Martin Shaw, and the late Patrick Whitefield, on their quest to uncover an ‘uncivilised’ story of relationship, connection and belonging.
We the Uncivilised – A Life Story, directed, produced and filmed by Lily and Pete Sequoia, premieres on Saturday 4th of June at The One Church, Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA. For tickets, or for more information, please email .
WATCH THE TRAILER HERE: www.wetheuncivilised.org
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