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The Age of Consequences

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The Hurt Locker meets An Inconvenient Truth in this vital new climate change documentary.

Little White Lies

An eye-opening investigation that shows how climate change doesn’t just impact on our environment, but that it is also becoming a violent threat creating increasing instability and conflict in society.

Director Jared. P. Scott interviews high-ranking US defence personnel who give shocking insights into how famine, floods and droughts have brought about conflicts in the countries where they occur, as well as the impact these occurrences have on the global market, the economy and the refugee crisis, creating worldwide social unrest.

The film’s unnerving assessment delivers an urgent message that we have to act now before our time runs out.

Join us after this screening for a skype Q&A with director Jared P. Scott. 

Screening as part of Gimme Shelter, a season looking into Climate Change and its impact on Migration and the Refugee Crisis. Click here to find out more.

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Director(s): Jared P. Scott   Country of Origin: United States, Germany, Jordan, Spain  Year: 2016  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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