Since 2009, Transition Palo Alto and Transition Silicon Valley have hosted Films of Vision and Hope – educational and thought-provoking films and discussions about creative and resilient solutions to the environmental and social challenges of our time.
Films of Vision and Hope is now part of Fourth Friday, co-sponsored by Transition Palo Alto, Transition Silicon Valley, and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto. Fourth Friday events are held in the Fireside Room at the church, usually 7:30-9:30pm on the Fourth Friday of each month.
For info on the next event, see the “Coming up” list at http://transitionpaloalto.org. Sometimes a film/discussion evening is replaced by a potluck, picnic or other special event, so check the listing each month. Sign up for our Google Groups mailing list to get all the latest info.
If you have ideas for film, speakers, or other topics of interest to our local Transition community, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some films we’ve shown:
A Convenient Truth
Behind the Kitchen Door (presentation/discussion with Saru Jayaramam)
Bicycle Shorts from Street Films
Clean Bin Project
Community by Design
End of Suburbia
Essential Knowledge for Transition – Series by Marco Vangelisti
Establishing a Food Forest
Farmin’ in the Hood
Fossil Fuel Free Film with filmmaker Matt Harnack
Mix-tape of Occupy videos
Power of Community
Revenge of the Electric Car
Save our Land, Save our Towns
The Yes Men
The Organic Life
Two Angry Moms
What’s the Economy for, Anyway?
XMAS without China