Academy Award nominated director Josh Fox, who brought us the award winning documentaries Gasland, Gasland 2 and The Sky is Pink has turned his attention to Climate Change and he is coming to the UK to screen his new documentary, “How to let go of the world and love the things climate can’t change”.
SCREENING EVENT- FRIDAY 14TH OCTOBER, 9PM at the Odeon cinema, Rigby Road. There will be a Q&A with Josh following the screening.
You can book your tickets from here: https://uk.demand.film/how-to-let-go/
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Check out the link below to see the full UK Tour schedule, venues include BLACKPOOL, MANCHESTER, LONDON, BASINGSTOKE, LIVERPOOL GLASGOW, EDINBURGH, LEEDS AND WREXHAM
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Josh Fox, the man who brought us the award winning documentaries Gasland, Gasland2 and The Sky is Pink has turned his attention to Climate Change and he is coming to the UK to screen his new documentary, “How to let go of the world and love the things climate can’t change”.
Josh will be in Blackpool on Friday October 14th full details of all the venues, dates and a link to book your seat below.
SCREENING EVENT! FRIDAY 14TH OCTOBER 9PM –
Academy Award winning film director of Gasland, Josh Fox is screening his new movie “How to let go of the world and love the things climate can’t change” in BLACKPOOL as part of a UK Tour.
The Blackpool screening is on Friday 14th October at 9pm at the Odeon at Rigby Road.
There will be a Q&A with Josh following the Blackpool screening.
This UK tour is on a demand basis so each venue will ONLY go ahead if a certain number of tickets are sold.
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