Big news..... thanks to you and your wonderful support for our Crowdfunder we have already passed our £17,000 target for Cornwall's Climate Stories!
It is amazing to have been able to fundraise in this way, as it's allowed us to let so many more people know about the project, and we're so grateful for you wanting to be part of it. Thank you again.
Any funds raised beyond this initial target will go towards production of our third film, due out in the autumn, which will be looking at Cornish coastal communities, sea level rise, storms and erosion.
We're also delighted to let you know that our first film Under the Surface will be screening at the G7 Fringe event in Newquay this weekend, along with the big reveal of the trailer for our second film Plenty More Fish?, focusing on the Cornish fishing industry and climate change. We'll be there to take part in a Q&A as well.
There are loads of great things happening at the Fringe, including a People's Assembly, and a talk by the makers of Seaspiracy. You can see more about it on g7fringe.uk but we'll also be posting a link to the specific livestream of our segment nearer the time on our Facebook/ Twitter (@ClimateCornwall) / Instagram pages, so please do follow those if you don't already.
Lastly, (but very importantly!), Bryony is powering on with the edit of Plenty More Fish? and we have a date for the online livestream premiere - July 1st. This will be the first public viewing of the film, presented by the filmmakers and followed by a Q&A with us and some of the film's participants.
We are really looking forward to bringing you this film, and remember you're all going to have your names in the credits (around 250 of you so far, so it's going to be something like the start of Star Wars!).
If we do not already have your email address but you would be interested in attending the online launch, or if you would simply like to be kept up to date with our latest news and film releases, please fill in the form here https://www.cornwallclimate.org/register or send an email to [email protected]
Everybody will be able to view the film on our website cornwallclimate.org from July 2nd.
With many thanks again for all the support and belief in what we're doing - it really means a lot.
Claire and Bryony
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