You may remember that last month I wrote about the thought-provoking new feature-length documentary, The Crisis of Civilization. Since then, the film has received its world premiere at the Elevate Festival in the Austrian city of Graz, and a hugely successful British premiere was held at the Leeds International Film Festival – where the film had the honour of being chosen as a ‘Festival Favourite’!
So, what’s next?
The Crisis Team are now very excited to announce that the film is being publicly screened in London for the first time next week. Playing on two consecutive nights, The Crisis of Civilization will be taking over the Whirled Cinema in south London on Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th November, and the Team are inviting you – yes, you – to come along!
Both screenings are FREE and start at 7pm. Dean Puckett, Lucca Benney and Nafeez Ahmed will all be in attendance to introduce the film and discuss it with the audience afterwards. They’ll be happy to respond to any questions and comments you may have about the film and the issues it raises, so put your thinking caps on.
Seating is limited, which means you’ll have to move fast if you want to attend one (or both) of the screenings. Email the Crisis Team at firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and they will reserve seat(s) for you. Please feel free to invite your family and friends too!
I hope to attend at least one of these screenings too – if you see me, come and say hello! I look forward to seeing you there.
How to get to the Whirled Cinema:
259-260 Hardess St
London SE24 OHN
(You can also see the location of the cinema on a map here)
Tube: Brixton (Victoria Line) – the cinema is a ten minute walk from the tube station
Train: Loughborough Junction (Thames Link from Farringdon, Blackfriars or Elephant and Castle or from Sutton via Herne Hill)
Buses: 35, 45, 345, P4 (from Brixton/Camberwell)
For more information and regular updates, please check out the Crisis of Civilization Facebook page.