2040 US Virtual Screenings

2040 // Thurs, July 2nd 2020 // Q&A - The Importance of Hope

Expired July 3, 2020 4:00 AM
Already unlocked? for access
Protected contentThis content can only be viewed in authorized regions: United States of America.

2040 US Virtual Theatrical Premiere & Q&A


Join us for an inspirational screening of 2040. Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like by 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions that exist today. Watch the film then join director Damon Gameau, journalist Eric Holthaus, and psychosocial researcher Renée Lertzman for a truly inspirational Q&A, discussing why we need hope for the future, to build a better world for all.


This ticket includes access to a FREE Q&A: 'The Importance of Hope' on July 2nd at 7.30pm EST/ 4.30pm PST. This ticket allows you to watch the film at any time you like ahead of the live Q&A.


Access the FREE Q&A by clicking the button below





Guest Speakers:


Director, Damon Gameau



Damon is an award-winning writer, director, author and activist. In 2015, he released his debut feature documentary 'That Sugar Film' , which broke Australian box office records, was released in 25 territories and picked up a host of awards around the world. He also authored a companion book, 'That Sugar Book', which was a best seller in Australia, is published in 20 countries and translated into 8 languages. Damon’s latest feature documentary ‘2040’ recently become one of Australia’s highest grossing documentaries of all time and is currently being released internationally. His accompanying book ‘2040: A Handbook for the Regeneration’ is published by Pan Macmillan. An in-demand thought leader and keynote speaker, Damon has received numerous accolades for his work, including a nomination for NSW Australian of the Year in 2020.


Eric Holthaus



Eric Holthaus is the leading journalist on all things weather and climate change. He has written regularly for The Wall Street Journal, Slate, Grist, and The Correspondent, where he currently covers our interconnected relationship with the climate. He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.


Renée Lertzman



Renée Lertzman is a researcher, educator and eco-engagement strategist who uses psychological insights to change our approach to the environmental crisis. Applying her training as a psychosocial researcher specializing in deep human insights, she uses frameworks and methods that empower people to take action and create impact on climate and sustainability issues. She works with companies and organizations looking to strengthen climate and sustainability initiatives, develop more effective campaigns, and harness the creativity and innovation needed to solve big problems.


Follow us on:

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter


Tell your friends!


Twitter: 

​​What could our future look like if we embraced the best climate solutions that exist today? 🌎​ U.S audiences can see @2040Film in our online virtual cinema from June 5! #WhatsYour2040 #JoinTheRegeneration #ClimateAction https://bit.ly/2040-USScreenings

​​Facebook & Instagram: 

📣 Calling all families, eco-warriors & #documentary lovers: What could our future look like if we embraced the best climate solutions that exist today? 🌎 U.S audiences can see @2040film in our online virtual cinema from June 5! Tickets here ​👉​​👉https://bit.ly/2040-USScreenings


For streaming support please click the "need help" button or head to watch.eventive.org/help 


In purchasing a ticket you are agreeing to be contacted by the 2040 campaign about issues surround the screening.


Make sure you head to Whatsyour2040.com to activate your plan and #JoinTheRegeneration!


Want to host a screening and Q&A like this one? Fill out this quick form and we'll be in touch.


Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) embarks on a journey to explore what the

future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to

us to improve our planet and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream. Structured as a visual letter

to his 4-year-old daughter, Damon blends traditional documentary with dramatised sequences and

high-end visual effects to create a vision board of how these solutions could regenerate the world

for future generations.

  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    92 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    Australia
  • Director
    Damon Gameau
  • Screenwriter
    Damon Gameau
  • Producer
    Nick Batzias, Anna Kaplan, Virginia Whitwell, Damon Gameau
  • Executive Producer
    Ian Darling, Malinda Wink, Mark Monroe, Paul Wiegard, Will Gammon, Justin Baird
  • Cast
    Damon Gameau, Eva Lazzaro, Zoë Gameau, Angela Pippos, Fay Abromwich, Martin Hoggart, Marbee Kaelin, Helena Tamboer, Sharon Lawrie, Lin Thi, Tobias Mambwe, Pallavi Sharda, Suzanne Walker, Petra Yared, Warwick Sadler
  • Cinematographer
    Hugh Miller
  • Editor
    Jane Usher
  • Production Design
    Luke Bubb, Carrie Kennedy
  • Music
    Bryony Marks