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Living in the Future's Past - Transitions Film Festival 2018

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Candid and topical - this documentary pulls no punches
Living In The Future's Past, Transitions Film Festival, Mercury Cinema
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Living In The Future's Past is an award-winning eco-documentary released in 2018 and featuring in this year's Transitions Film Festival. Director and cinematographer Susan Kucera collaborated with award-winning actor Jeff Bridges to create this 83-minute masterpiece which pulls no punches with a candid and topical discussion about our planet's future and past.

Jeff Bridges presents and narrates with a cast of scientists, philosophers and a wide range of experts providing discussion and insight into the human species strengths and flaws and the legacy and impact on the planet and its inhabitants.



Adelaide's Transitions Film Festival will screen Living In The Future's Past, in Mercury Cinema at 7pm on Friday, 25 May 2018 and will be followed by a panel discussion with guest speakers Dr Eleanor Evans (GP/Committee member of Doctors for the Environment/Climate Reality Project Leader) and Nancy Bates (singer/songwriter).

Tickets can be purchased online here.
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Why? A confronting documentary exploring the past & the future
When: Friday 25/05/2018 at 7pm
Phone: contact via website contact form
Where: Mercury Cinema
Cost: $16pp/concession $11pp (plus booking fee)
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