22 November 2022
Cineplexx, Murska Sobota
The Association EPEKA, Soc. Ent. organises a film screening in Murska Sobota as part of the EU Youth Cinema: Green Deal 2022 project.
EU Youth Cinema: Green Deal is an innovative project dedicated to a sustainable Europe, presenting the European Union’s green objectives in a film context. The project contributes to the appreciation and understanding of the EU Green Deal (https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/priorities-2019-2024/european-green-deal_sl) among young viewers and provides a platform for a multicultural approach to the Green Agenda. The project engages young audiences in particular, addressing environmental challenges and promoting green activities and lifestyles.
The project will offer young people and teachers a programme of film and educational activities over a period of 24 months. Film screenings and streaming content will be accompanied by didactic material and thematically linked discussions, workshops and lectures.
The programme is based on a carefully selected collection of 25 European films, which will be presented both in cinemas and via an online streaming platform between May 2022 and May 2024.
The project is implemented in Slovenia, Austria, Croatia, North Macedonia and Romania. All films will be subtitled in local languages and are suitable for young people aged 10 and over.
Information about films:
1. CLIMATE CHANGE – THE FACTS| UNITED KINGDOM (2019) | DIRECTOR: SERENA DAVIES | DOCUMENTARY | 60 MINUTES | RECOMMENDED AGE: OLDER THAN 10 YEAR, with Slovenian subtitles|
This BBC-commissioned documentary, hosted by Sir David Attenborough, provides an in-depth overview of the scientific theories of climate change. Director Serena Davies also explores possible solutions, examining the innovations, technologies and actions that world governments and industry are taking to prevent further warming, and profiles the people who are fighting for change.
2. TEXTILE MOUNTAIN – THE HIDDEN BURDEN OF OUR FASHION WASTE| IRELAND (2020) | DIRECTOR: FELLIPE LOPES | DOCUMENTARY | 22 MINUTES | RECOMMENDED AGE: OLDER THAN 10 YEARS, with Slovenian subtitles|
TEXTILE MOUNTAIN by Brazil’s Felipe Lopes is an impressive call to #SlowDownFashion. The documentary highlights the social and environmental costs of the second-hand clothing trade and traces the path of our unwanted clothes from waste bins in Europe to landfills and waterways in the Global South. Filmed in Kenya, Ireland and Belgium, the film asks us to rethink the way we design, wear and reuse our clothes so that our fashion waste is no longer another country’s burden.
Films are available on the streaming platform from 5 May 2022 to 30 April 2024:
All events within the project are free of charge. As the number of seats in the cinemas is limited, priority will be given to those who register first.
The Association EPEKA, Soc. Ent., is supported by: