“Living in the Future’s Past” FREE Online Screening and Q&A with the Director

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Event:
“Living in the Future’s Past” FREE Online Screening and Q&A with the Director
Date:
July 7, 2020 6:00 pm
Cost:
Free, registration required
Organizer:
City of Santa Monica’s Office of Sustainability and the Environment and Sustainable Works
Phone:
Gina Garcia: (310) 458-8716
gina@sustainableworks.org
Venue:
Online

In this beautifully photographed tour de force of original thinking, Academy Award winner, Jeff Bridges shares the screen with scientists, profound thinkers and a dazzling array of Earth’s living creatures to reveal eye-opening concepts about ourselves and our past, providing fresh insights into our subconscious motivations and their unintended consequences.

Living in the Future’s Past shows how no one can predict how major changes might emerge from the spontaneous actions of the many. How energy takes many forms as it moves through and animates everything.  How, as we come to understand our true connection to all there is, we will need to redefine our expectations, not as what we will lose, but what we might gain by preparing for something different.

Online - A link to the event will be sent to you once you register

Q&A
A Q&A with Susan Kucera will follow the screening. Susan Kucera is an acclaimed director, cinematographer and producer. She is recognized by the United Nations as a recipient of the Gold World Medal for her work on climate change and sustainability. Her fifth film, Living in the Future’s Past is a collaboration with Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges.

Nurit Katz, UCLA’s Chief Sustainability Officer, will host the Q&A

This is a FREE event!  But you must register. 

This event is presented by the City of Santa Monica’s Office of Sustainability and the Environment and Sustainable Works.

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