10 Billion: What’s on your Plate? Saturday 17 September, 2016.
Sat 17 September 2016
7pm, £6 (£4.50), Cinema
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Thu 15 September — Sun 25 September 2016
Dir. Valentin Thurn, Germany, 2015, 102mins
With the world population expected to reach 10 billion by 2050, how will the world feed itself?
Amidst heated debate (and a fair bit of hot air), comes this clear-headed exploration of global food production and distribution, which investigates different innovations and visions for our future – including artificial meat, insects, industrial farming and urban gardening.
With the environmental, social and political impact of food production increasingly impossible to ignore, and with global hunger in urgent need of our attention, 10 Billion presents a unique opportunity to reflect on the role we all play in ensuring food sustainability – and the future of our planet.
With short film La Botanique des Amours (Anne-Sophie Cayon & Laura Nicolas, Belgium, 2014, 4min)
BEYOND THE SCREEN
We will be joined after the screening by representatives from Christian Aid, and Bella Crowe (Scottish Food Coalition Coordinator, Nourish Scotland), to explore Scotland’s role in paving the way for a more sustainable food future.
Presented in association with Christian Aid.
To book your tickets and to see the full 2016 programme of screenings and events please visit www.takeoneaction.org.uk
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