In Transition 1.0 original englisch seit 2010
[Die Übersetzung der Beschreibung in deutsche Sprache, hier lesen.]
# Titel und Details
In Transition 1.0. From oil dependence to local resilience. DVD, 50′. 2010.
‚In Transition‘ is the first detailed film about the Transition movement filmed by those that know it best, those who are making it happen on the ground. The Transition movement is about communities around the world responding to peak oil and climate change with creativity, imagination and humour, and setting about rebuilding their local economies and communities. It is positive, solutions focused, viral and fun.
- Future Proof Kilkenny,
- Transition New Zealand,
- Transition Bristol allotments,
- Energy monitor,
- Totnes building group,
- Transitioning Whidbey,
- Isle of Mann bicycle workshop,
- Transition Ladock energy audit,
- Green Mann market.
Disc Two: Bonus disc:
# Hidetake Enomoto: Transition Japan,
# Richard Heinberg: peak everything,
# Transition talks: New Zealand,
# Sophy Banks: burn out,
# Sophy Banks: psychology of change.
# Allgemeine Bewertung
“ ‚Transition 1.0‘ – is the first detailed film about the Transition movement filmed by those that know it best, those who are making it happen on the ground. The Transition movement is about communities around the world responding to peak oil and climate change with creativity, imagination and humour, and setting about rebuilding their local economies and communities. It is positive, solutions focused, viral and fun“ (Rob Hopkins, 2010).
# Wo zu bekommen — Lizenz — Vorschau
Transition Town Freiburg entleiht eine Digital Video Disc (DVD) oder eine Videodatei für Vorführungen.
„Screening Rights. We’ve responded to feedback from transitioners around the world, so now the film comes automatically with a license allowing it to be used for non-commercial public screenings – that means you can take money/donations on the door to cover costs, and/or raise funds for your Transition Initiative or community group/projects. Take it, run with it, show it everywhere!
# US/EU Sicht
betrifft die ganze Welt
# Sprache (Untertitel)
English with subtitles in Deutsch, Español, François, Italiano, Nederlands.
Die Erste öffentliche Vorführungen in Freiburg im Breisgau
Suggestians for group screenings
Here are some suggestions from the Transition Initiative Primer:
- Introduce the film personally by putting it into the context of your overall hopes for your community.
- Have everyone turn to someone they don’t know and, in turns, introduce themselves and explain what brought them to the event that night.
- Show the movie.
- Have everyone pair up (preferably with someone they don’t know) and do an active talking/listening exercise about their impressions of the movie (ie one talks for 3 minutes while the other listens, then they switch over). You can give direction with something like “Say what gives you cause for concern and then what gives you cause for hope about the movie”.
- Run a Q&A on Peak Oil and/or Climate Change. Make sure you have someone there who knows what he/she is talking about – though it’s no shame to say “I don’t know, but I can find out and get back to you”.
- Watch out for the “I’m alone in the depths of my fear” type questions – they’re typically a cry out for counselling or connection and can paralyse a room. What can work in that situation is to acknowledge the person’s fear and then to ask in the room “if there’s anyone here who has a part of themselves that is full of fear around this, please put up your hand”. Put yours up first… and hope! Unless you’re sitting in a room full of denial, you’ll see a lot of hands shoot up. You can then explain that the Transition model has a place where people can move through their fears and into a place of action (usually handled by the “Heart and Soul” group, once it’s formed).