Climate emergency, citizen's emergency: the possibility of a new world?
Discussion to follow in livestream on fifdh.org It is only very recently and mainly thanks to the global mobilization, of young people in particular, that the climate emergency has been acknowledged. While individual practices are often singled out, no real concrete measures are emerging at the economic and State levels. What means of action are available to radically and tangibly transform our current lifestyles? How can we encourage and foster improved coexistence? Citizens, young and old, politicians: we must all imagine a new society. Faced with the urgency, how can we fight against the slow pace of change and the lack of commitment by economic and State powers? The film Aquarela is an extraordinary journey through the beauty and power of water; a powerful experience that make us question about what we are in the world of nature.
Friday 6 March
Espace Pitoëff - Théâtre
livestream on fifdh.org
Co-presented with the Services Industriels de Genève (SIG)
Christian Brunier Director General, SIG
Pablo Servigne Author and researcher
Lisa Mazzone State Councillor, Les Verts
Marie-Claire Graf Vice-President, Swiss Youth for Climate and Co-President, Sustainability Week International
Darius Rochebin Journalist, RTS
By Victor Kossakovsky
Victor Kossakovsky, the award-winning director, dedicates this stunning film, shot at 96 frames per second, to the master of Russian cinema Alexander Sokurov. The main protagonist of the film, Water appears in all its splendid and terrifying beauty. From the icy waters of Lake Baikal to the beaches of Miami, from Hurricane Irma to Venezuela's Angel Falls, Kossakovsky paints an astonishing picture of the force of nature in all its glory. A tribute to the power and beauty of nature.
- Section Film thématique
- Victor Kossakovsky
- Aimara Reques
- Heino Deckert
- Sigrid Dyekjaer
- Ascot Elite
- Regional Premiere