How can cream pies, sitting on top of an airliner, singing on a runway or squatting a crane stop climate change? How do cheap flights increase sea levels? How did British activists stop an airport from destroying a beauty spot?
How can cream pies, sitting on top of an airliner, singing on a
runway or squatting a crane stop climate change? How do cheap flights
increase sea levels? How did British activists stop an airport from
destroying a beauty spot?
A documentary exploring the growing activism against the Labour
governments plans to expand nearly all British airports despite
the growing threat of climate change. Includes dramatci images of
activists blocking a runway at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport, Treetop
protests to hinder construction at Manchester and activist training
to stop Swansea airports expansion. Heathrow airport expansion is
halted as local activists climb a 30m crane and squat for 7 days.
Expand your mind with an explanation
of Corporate 'Carbon Trading' and insights into how common lands
have been stolen to build Britsh airports. Find out alternatives
to flying. Have a laugh as corporate leaders are cream pied for
their failure to stop climate change gases.
Reach for the Sky also includes Mark Thomas Comedy
show and other bonus features.
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Booklet- a new Reach for the
Sky booklet is out for 2006. Packed with info and articles about
climate change links to the aviation industry. A resource for the
film on taking action, further info on climate change, foodmiles,
campaign contacts, background to aviation growth.
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Comedian Mark Thomas recalls how he put a bounty on G.W Bush, dodged
camels in the Sahara, and sang for his life underneath a busload
of arms dealers. Join the stand-ups campaign to legalise brothels
and throw confetti against the war. Stopping only to masturbate
in a London police cell, the comic will take you on a mind bending
trip through Scotland, go naught to sixty in India, and help you
discover what the real thing is in Columbia.
Globalisation and the Media (24minutes)
An award winning film about the role of the mass media during the
War on Terror and Globalisation. Consider a wide range of viewpoints
from mainstream news editors, hackers, journalists and alternative
media activists. Discover how new technology, such as the Internet
and camcorders, are challenging the role of the traditional news
Winner One World Canada (best documentary)
Winner Tokyo Video festival (best documentary)
plus lots of bonus features
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