Viewers gather in Lyttelton, NZ, for the preview of the film there, in the offices of Project Lyttelton, who also appear in the film.
Because we want anyone and everyone to be able to put on their very own In Transition 2.0 screening, we’ve created a system that calculates a licence fee that’s affordable, whether you’re screening the film to friends in your living room, organising a showing at your local community centre or planning on making the film part of a much larger conference or event.
To get going, all you need to do is fill out our simple form below. We’ll do all the hard work and get back to you with everything you need to make your screening an event to remember! If you’d like to get in touch or to discuss your plans a little more before filling out the form below, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why we need to charge for screenings
‘In Transition 2.0′ cost us about £30,000 to make. We didn’t get any grants or funding to do that, other than about £1,800 which was raised on top of that through crowd-funding which enabled us to film the overseas stories. We would really like to be able to make ‘In Transition 3.0′, but will only be able to do so if everyone chips in and helps out. We have tried very hard to make sure that the licences for screenings are very reasonable, and also being able to buy DVDs at a discount means that you’ll be able to make a few quid too. We think this film will mean a lot to you, and we are trusting that everyone will work with us.
It’s important to note that Transition Initiatives, grassroots community groups and non profit organisations will be quoted a discounted price and nobody will be turned away if there is no money, we can work something out!
In Transition 2.0 is an inspirational immersion in the Transition movement, gathering stories from around the world of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
You’ll hear about communities printing their own money, growing food everywhere, localising their economies and setting up community power stations. It’s an idea that has gone viral, a social experiment that is about responding to uncertain times with solutions and optimism.
In a world that is awash with gloom, here is a story of hope, ingenuity and the power of growing vegetables in unexpected places.
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