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Film Screening: Not A Hero's Journey
Monday, March 20th, 2023
- 7:45pm - 9:30pm
- Kensington Arts Centre, Douglas, IM1 3EG
Not A Hero's Journey documents 17-year-old climate concerned Jessie as she tackles a long distance campaign on her bike to reach the COP26 climate summit.
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Hosted by Active Travel and Net Zero Isle of Man as part of Sustrans’ Big Walk and Wheel Week 2023. This free film screening of Not A Hero's Journey documents 17-year-old climate concerned Jessie as she tackles a long distance campaign on her bike to reach the COP26 climate summit. See the amazing people she encounters along the way and the potential for us all to come together and make a difference. This is a journey like no other.
Winner of ‘Best Environment’ film category at Kendal Mountain Festival 2022.
Director: Catherine Dunn
Producers: Catherine Dunn and Jessie Stevens
This project was generously funded by Nature Save, IMT Ecological Consultancy and Crowdfund Supporters.
The screening marks the first day of this year’s ‘Big Walk and Wheel’ with Sustrans (20 – 31 March), a UK-wide active travel challenge involving over 2,000 schools. A number of the Isle of Man's primary schools are taking part in the campaign, which aims to inspire pupils to make active journeys to school and discover how these changes benefit our local and global environment.
Doors open at 7.45pm for an 8pm start. The film is a 45-minute screening with the option to stay and discuss the topics raised with the Active Travel and Net Zero Isle of Man teams.
Anyone attending the event aged 16 or under must be accompanied by a parent or carer.
Kensington Arts Centre
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