How to Blow up a Pipeline - Film Screening & Panel Discussion
The Engagement Lab is thrilled to partner with Bright Lights Screening Series, Emerson Office of Sustainability, and Emerson VMA to co-present Future Imaginaries: Visions for Environmental Justice, part of the brand new Transforming Narratives for Environmental Justice initiative.
Part of Future Imaginaries: Visions for Environmental Justice, co-presented with Bright Lights Screening Series, Emerson Office of Sustainability, and Emerson VMA
How to Blow up a Pipeline
A crew of young environmental activists execute a daring mission to sabotage an oil pipeline, a taut and timely thriller that is part high-stakes heist, part radical exploration of the climate crisis. Based on the controversial book by Andreas Malm.
On Thursday, September 21 screening of "How to Blow up a Pipeline" was followed by a post-screening discussion on the future of environmental activism with Juwaria Jama from Emerson Green Collective, Susan Lemont from Extinction Rebellion Boston Chapter, and Naia Tenerowicz from the Springfield Climate Justice Coalition.
No RSVP required. All Bright Lights screenings are free and open to the public and seating is available on a first-come basis. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Thursday 9/21 at 7pm - How to Blow up a Pipeline
Thursday 10/5 at 7pm - Radical Imagination: Responding to an Environmental Crisis in Motion
Thursday 11/30 at 7pm - Lakota Nation vs the United States