HANDS-ON women: climate: change profiles five women from four continents tackling climate change through policy, protest, education and innovation. The film powerfully demonstrates how women are transferring knowledge and local networks into hands-on strategies. This 48-minute collaborative documentary offers unique perspectives across cultures and generations; A young woman challenges the expansion of oil rigs in the North Sea while a seasoned community organizer interprets satellite weather reports for fisherman struggling to survive on India’s increasingly volatile coast.
Awards and Selected Screenings
- Broadcast on Kenyan and Indian Television.
- Featured at Paris Climate Talks (2015)
- Featured at United Nations/ Commission on the Status of Women (2014),
- Bozcaada International Festival of Ecological Documentary (Turkey, 2014)
- Ecozine Film Festival (Saragoza, Spain, 2015).
- Cinema Politica 2014 – 2017 Screening Series
- Cinéma sous les étoiles (Montreal, 2015)
- Part of The Walrus Talks Climate, Ottawa (2014)
- Climate Fast’s Conversations on Climate Change (Ottawa, 2014),
- Guest Event, Norway (2014).