Skye Climate Action - Dàn Fianais - a film portrait of Skye and Lochalsh

14 December 2021

Online showing of Dàn Fianais (Protest Poem)

Tuesday 14 December  7.30 - 9.00      online

Zoom link from anne@skyeclimateaction.org

This film portrait of Skye and Lochalsh and some of its inhabitants was commissioned by Skye Climate Action and Atlas Arts, and made by Andrew Black between August 2020 and September 2021.  Over sixty people with connections to Skye and Lochalsh shared from the past and imagined the future.  The film was made throughout the last year of the COVID pandemic, during an unfolding climate crisis, and at a point where the effects of capitalism and imperialism are being reckoned with globally.

The film reflects on ways of being here that might feel lost (though still within the reach of living memory) as well as those that endure, to suggest multiple possible ways forward.  The film is an hour long and will be followed by discussion, when we hope to have Andrew join us.  There is much here to stimulate thought and action as we consider how to meet the challenges of climate change in 2022, so do join us.

 

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