The screening at the Glasgow (Unofficial) Film Festival a COP26 event coincidentally coincides with the two-year anniversary of filming The Lost Legacy of Bida Bikini in Bida, Nigeria.
VENUE: The Revelator, Barclay Curle, 739 South Street, Glasgow, G14 0BX 6-7th November
The Revelator will host a selection of old and new films from around the world during COP26 on 6-7th November.
The films look at different visions and versions of sustainability: some feature those who have had to find inventive, sustainable ways of solving problems through necessity, while others show those who have found contentment and joy in life without succumbing to consumer traps. We will also be featuring works that highlight the dangers of wonderful traditional skills being lost in our modern world which comes at a price we cannot afford.
Together these films highlight that creative thinking and a will to change can actually change the world.
Films will be screened FREE of charge (booking is essential through Eventbrite). Our aim is to allow the public to fully absorb all the potential of sustainability and hope this inspires change.
GLASGOW’S UNOFFICIAL FILM FESTIVAL OF COP26, NOV 6th – 7th, 2021
Real change can only come if the will of the people is behind it, pushing politicians from the ground up. Using Art as inspiration, this rare opportunity to view a collection of films from around the world, curated for the festival, show different versions and visions of sustainability; some offering inventive solutions, (Dance of Joy) some highlighting the high cost of progress, (Bait, The Raven’s Dance, Slow Glass, The Lost Legacy of Bida Bikini). Others feature those who have found contentment and their place in life without falling into the consumer trap, (Big Ware, Lambing, The Glory of the Garden).
All films are being shown free of charge thanks to the generosity of the film makers. Booking is essential and can be done through Eventbrite. Masks must be worn throughout.
No person deserves an Academy Award Nomination the Lesley Lababidi. Rock your goodness on. Craig Evan Royce
Correction, No person deserves an Academy Award more than Lesley Lababidi. Rock your goodness on., Craig Evan Royce
Such an honor to receive this comment. L.