Food for ThoughtFebruary 14, 2017The Moscow Food Co-op is proud to present “Wisdom to Survive” for the Food for Thought Film Series. The film will be shown beginning at 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 15 at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre in downtown Moscow. The event is co-sponsored by the University of Idaho Sustainability Center.
The Food for Thought Film Series, presented by the Moscow Food Co-op, features an entertaining and thought-provoking film.
Film summary: Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism, & Community is a great kick-off to the 2017 Food for Thought Film Series as it features thought leaders and activists in the realms of science, economics, and spirituality discussing how we can evolve and take action in the face of climate disruption. They urge us to open ourselves to the beauty that surrounds us and offer us solutions and ideas to get to work on ensuring it thrives. One key message throughout the film is that working together, as a global community, we CAN survive. Amongst those featured are Bill McKibben, Joanna Macy, Roger Payne, Richard Heinberg, Gus Speth, Stephanie Kaza, Nikki Cooley and Ben Falk. More information available at thewisdomtosurvive.bullfrogcommunities.com.
"The Wisdom to Survive is an exquisitely filmed documentary that presents an overview of the climate crisis, including its causes, effects, and directions of hope. Poignant scenes illustrate the sacred beauty of the natural world, the tragedy of its diminishment, and our human interconnectedness with the rest of creation. Indigenous leaders, people from impoverished and vulnerable nations, scientists, scholars, religious leaders, activists, farmers, and poets make the case for 'climate justice' and point in the direction of hope. Do we have the wisdom to survive? The answer is related to community. We are connected by our shared grief at what is happening to the earth and by our shared hope and commitment to the future." - Sharon Delgado, co-founder and Executive Director of Earth Justice Ministries
Awards and Festivals:
Best in Show, Cinema Verde Environmental Film Festival
Jury Award, Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival
Silver Springs International Film Festival
Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital
One Earth Film Festival
Green Mountain Film Festival
Byron Bay International Film Festival
Sustainable Living Film Festival, Turkey
Greenbuild Film Festival
Project Native Environmental Film Festival
SunChild International Film Festival, Armenia
The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre is located at 508 South Main Street, Moscow, Idaho.
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Moscow Food Co-op
121 E. Fifth St.
Moscow, ID 83843