Fast Forward Film Club
Thursday, November 26
The Guy Fawkes night pitching session where we asked for concepts to make a film to promote A World to Win was a vibrant event. Ideas, concepts and even performance poetry were flying thick and fast.
The club’s next meeting on Thursday, November 26 will bring together work that has gone on since then and continue developing film concepts and scripts along the lines of A World to Win’s brief.
You are welcome to come along and take part.
The films that come out of this process will be promoted on A World to Win’s website, British and international film festivals and other platforms. Creators and contributors will get full credit.
Its 6-9pm in the upstairs function room at the Constitution Pub, 42 Churton Street, Pimlico, London, SW1V 2LP.
The Constitution is six minutes’ walk from Victoria or Pimlico rail and tube stations. Buses 2, 36, 185, 436, 24 all stop near by. See map below.
- an inspiration to action
- promote A World to Win and its ideas
- inform and raise consciousness
- reach out to a new generation
- convey a sense of urgency.
Use a story or stories of individuals or groups to unlock, introduce or open the way to, the three giant, interconnected global crises:
1. finance/economic and its impact on people - poverty, loss of homes and jobs - young people on scrapheap.
2. climate/eco-system/species survival - global warming affecting millions right now.
3. democracy - existing state and political parties serve the corporations, remove historic rights, set up police/surveillance state.
A World to Win sets out a deeper understanding that capitalism is THE big issue and underlies the crises.
We have a vision of a not-for-profit society alternative which will solve these crises.
A World to Win says another world is possible. But it needs a new kind of movement and organisation.
Take advantage of today's crisis to make a revolutionary change where people take control.
This requires a leap of faith and courage that we can shape the future.
Thursday 26 November
42 Churton Street