Dec
8
2015

CRITICAL DEGREES

A FREE EVENT ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE

Shorts On Tap and Medact present: CRITICAL DEGREES - A SELECTION OF SHORT FILMS ON CLIMATE CHANGE on Tuesday, December 8th at BFI Southbank (NFT2), London SE1 , 2:30pm - 4:30pm. FREE Entry

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As world leaders gather in Paris to discuss a new possible agreement to reduce the threat of climate change, we're inviting young people to join us on an exploration of this critical issue, at the foremost institution for film, the BFI Southbank on Tuesday, December 8th.
We will present a selection of short films and documentaries, followed by a panel discussion, featuring special guests and experts.
We’re targeting this event towards students and young people, as we feel that this is an issue that has a significant impact on future generations, so it is important that these generations have an opportunity to share their ideas and opinions.

Doors open at 2:15pm (BFI NFT2 screen)
Films screening start at 3pm
Show ends approximately at 4:45pm
FREE ENTRY

@ShortsOnTap @Medact @BFI
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Critical Degrees has been made possible with the help of the BFI's Future Film.
Shorts On Tap is an award-winning London-based short film screening platform for both up&coming and established film-makers to showcase their work, exchange ideas and receive feedback. Shorts On Tap also aims at facilitating the spreading of ideas and awareness on social issues through film. A young company that grew to be one of the most vibrant hubs for film-makers and film lovers alike in just over a year and a half.

www.shortsontap.com


Medact was founded over 20 years ago and its aim is to educate, analyse and campaign for global health on issues related to conflict, poverty and the environment. Medact aims to mobilise the health community to support policy change and shift public attitudes.

www.medact.org


Future Film is the BFI’s exciting programme for 16 – 25 year olds who are passionate about film. They run monthly Raw Shorts events that offer advice and expertise for emerging filmmakers, as well as the annual Future Film Festival every February, which is a 5 day programme packed with screenings, workshops and masterclasses for young filmmakers.

www.bfi.org.uk/futurefilm

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