Articles Tagged with the word ‘film’
09 Jun 2006
The Pierian Centre is supporting Bristol's National Refugee Week with a wealth of great events. It's a "big week" at the Pierian Centre, spanning two week-ends and every week-day in between.
07 Jun 2006
If you are planning on going to UK green festivals this summer, watchout for the Groovy Movie Picture House, the world's first mobile solarcinema. Audiences at Groovy Movie can watch all kinds of independentfilms, from the famous documentary about the McLibel trial to the workof amateur film makers.
02 Mar 2006
After losing his presidential campaign ex-vice President and champion of civil rights, Al Gore, embarked on a quest to emphasise the importance of tackling climate change.
21 Dec 2005
Stephen Simon, well known Hollywood film producer and co-founder of the Spiritual Cinema Circle, has taken up the challenge of directing a film version of Neale Donald Walsch's Conversations with God. The books enjoyed success covering global issues such as relationships and the importance of God.
02 Dec 2005
Shot over a five-year period by farmer, Rosamund Young, The Secret Life of the Farm is a film that shows secret' glimpses into the everyday lives of the cattle, sheep, hens and wildlife on her Worcestershire farm.
02 Dec 2005
The Gandhi Foundation is aiming to create a resource pack for teachers on the theories and practices of non violent conflict resolution. The course will include video clips of the film, Gandhi, directed by Lord Attenborough, and will be called The Legacy of Gandhi and Global Citizenship. It will be first aimed at primary children and then secondary.
30 Jun 2002
Three years ago film maker, Jeremy Gilley, began an experiment to find out if an individual could create the first Global Ceasefire Day in the recorded history of humankind. This year, as a result of his efforts, the first Global Ceasefire Day will be held on the UN International Day of Peace on September 21st.