Becoming Animal is a subversive nature film. What does it mean to inhabit our animal bodies in this technology-driven age?
The film is a powerful tool for bringing people together for many reasons - to reconnect with the natural world, to activate us to protect it and keep it safe, to encourage us to protest and demand change or to quietly meditate on the beauty and power of the earth we live.
We encourage you to organise your own screening, in any venue of your choice and if you are able, make an event of it! Here are some suggestions:
1. Create a screening and combine with a call to action
2019 has seen a profound increase in the activity and visibility of climate activists around the world. From Greta Thunberg inspiring young activists globally to strike every Friday, to Extinction Rebellion pushing to get Governments to declare a ‘climate and ecological emergency’ now is the time to lend your voice.
Gather your community together for a screening, discussion and debate about what you can do locally to make a difference globally.
2. Screen the film on a full moon
Screen the film on a full moon and carry out our post-screening exercises to fully embrace the spirit of the film.
The remaining full moons this year are the Beaver Moon on November 12th and the Cold Moon on December 12th.
3. Screen the film this Winter Solstice
Why not screen the film this Winter Solstice, December 22nd 2019? For more inspiration about the importance of this day, read David Abram's reflections on Solstice.
Please contact us via the online form to arrange a screening. We look forward to hearing from you!