Beyond Crisis - free screening and discussion

14 Oct 2017 - 2:00pm to 4:30pm

Lush Manufacturing Ltd, 70 The East Mall, Toronto


‘Beyond Crisis’ is a new film by Toronto filmmaker Kai Reimer-Watts, and these four screenings are Toronto premiere events.  The film is a story of hope in a rapidly changing world affected by climate change. The film is an inspiring call to action as told by over 50 unique voices across Canada and the world.

The Director will attend for the Q&A and there will also have a short presentation on how to support TransformTO, the City’s climate action plan, through advocating for full funding in the City’s 2018 budget.

All screenings are free, however donations will be invited in support of the film’s rollout and educational activities to engage more people in climate activism.

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October 28, 2017 – North York – 2pm to 4:30pm – Noor Cultural Centre, 123 Wynford Drive, Toronto – Get Tickets:

October 29, 2017 – Downtown – 6:30pm to 9:00pm – Friends House, 60 Lowther, Toronto – Get Tickets:

BEYOND CRISIS is a story of hope for a rapidly changing world: a meditative call to action that explores what it means to be living in this new era of climate change, as told by over fifty diverse voices from across Canada, the U.S. and beyond.

The film is also a unique conversation piece.

The reality of climate change may be frightening, but there is good news. Diving into the dramatic climate and energy story unfolding all around us today this film paints an inspiring vision of the better world we could be building together – if we find the courage to face our shared global crisis, saying YES to a far safer, more sustainable and more compassionate clean energy future.

Beyond Crisis is a story of truth that bridges both poetry and science, intellect and the human heart – a beacon of hope to all people who are searching for an inspiring path beyond climate change, and a future we can actually believe in.

A hand-crafted portrait of a growing social movement united by our shared crisis, this film empowers YOU to continue the world’s tough climate discussions at home, in school and in your community - to build a #SafeClimateFuture for all of us.
Toronto’s climate action plan: