A few weeks ago, Transition Network’s Rob Hopkins travelled to Brockwood Park, a very progressive school in Hampshire, to give a talk about Transition. It was the first talk he has have given that included clips from ‘In Transition 2.0′, which went down very well. Thanks to everyone who made it such an enjoyable visit. A few days after the talk, they held their first Open Space to explore what becoming a Transition school would entail.
Here is our penultimate short video of feedback from the film’s previews. Today’s is from Moss Side in Manchester, followed by a great piece Joel Prittie from the group wrote for the Social Reporters’ blog about the screening.
“There was silence. You could have heard a pin drop.
What did people in Tooting think of ‘In Transition 2.0′ after the preview at the Sri Muthumari Amman Temple in Tooting?
… and here’s what they had to say after the preview of ‘In Transition 2.0′ at Lewes Town Hall:
Margaret Jefferies from Project Lyttelton also sent a short write up reflecting on how the screening went: “Over 20 people packed into the Project Lyttelton office early on Thursday morning to watch ‘In Transition 2.0’ simultaneously with many communities around the world. It felt good to be doing this together. Still in summer, for us it was almost unbelievable to think that the Italian Transition group was having -15°. We missed them even though we couldn’t tell who was watching in.