Major new feature film: “Everything Must Change” tour starts Sept 8

EVERYTHING MUST CHANGE is a major new feature film made by Reel News, Zahra Dalilah and Rowan Mataram, showing  all over the UK and beyond from September 9 up until Christmas.

Cost of living, climate change, food, housing, land: the multiple crises we face are deeply interlinked, which means the solutions are too.

“Everything Must Change” explains how all these crises – and the accompanying spiralling price rises – have come about, and shows how a just transition away from a free market extractive system based on exploitation to a renewable energy system based on peoples needs can solve all of them.

Drawing on the experience of numerous inspiring social movements, the film shows how climate change driven by profiteering from our global systems has destroyed our planet and increased inequality. We need to transform global infrastructure and services to be people oriented, by building a global mass workers and peasants movement to enact a just transition.

For the people, by the people, and never for profit. Because government and big business aren’t going to do it for us.

Come to one of the screenings above, and stay for a discussion after the film bringing together local rank and file trade unionists and activists in environment, housing, food, anti-poverty and land,  about concrete steps to work together as one movement in making that just transition.

FEATURING Indian Farmers Movement, Construction Rank & File, Grenfell, Landworkers Alliance, Offshore Oil Workers, Living Rent, La Via Campesina, BLF Green Bans, Right to Food, The Lucas Plan, Kenyan Peasants League, Friends of St Fitticks, PELUM Zimbabwe, Striking UK & French workers, and more

ACCESSIBILTY We want to make these events as inclusive and accessible as possible – and we’re mindful of the fact that COVID cases are again rising, that there are 3.6 million people in the UK who are clinically extremely vulnerable, and any infection – even asymptomatic ones – can lead to long COVID, a condition which is already adversely affecting the lives of 1.5 million people in the UK. So we want to encourage people to take a test before coming, and please feel free to wear a mask. If you can’t afford these we’ll have them available at the screening for free. Having said that, no-one will be turned away, but if you do have any symptoms (sore throat, cough, congestion, runny nose) please protect others by not coming.

More screenings are being arranged all the time so check this post for updates – and if there isn’t a screening near you and you want to help organise one, get in touch!