Gimme Shelter

The world’s first film festival dedicated to climate-linked migration

Thursday 16 – Sunday 19 March 2017
Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

16 – 19 March 2017, Newcastle UK

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Gimme Shelter

The world’s first film festival exploring the connections between climate change and migration

15 events

4 days of films, workshops and exhibitions exploring climate change and migration

Newcastle, UK

Happening at Tyneside Cinema between the 14th and 19th of March

Thursday 16th March

Climate, migration, neoliberalism

The lecture sketches out a history of neoliberalism, and then looks at how the culmination of this political thinking is reflected in the policies that are being created to address climate change and migration.

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Friday 17th March

Climate, migration, neoliberalism

The lecture sketches out a history of neoliberalism, and then looks at how the culmination of this political thinking is reflected in the policies that are being created to address climate change and migration.

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Saturday 18th March

Climate, migration, neoliberalism

The lecture sketches out a history of neoliberalism, and then looks at how the culmination of this political thinking is reflected in the policies that are being created to address climate change and migration.

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Sunday 19th March

Climate, migration, neoliberalism

The lecture sketches out a history of neoliberalism, and then looks at how the culmination of this political thinking is reflected in the policies that are being created to address climate change and migration.

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Festival special guest: film makers, artists and experts

Lucy Wood – artist

Professor Tahseen Jafry – Glasgow Calidonian University

Geroge Curian – Film maker

Kooj Chuhan – Film maker and artist

Dr Susan Crate – Anthrologist, Geroge Mason University

Sean McAllister – Film maker

David Putman – Film maker

Kooj Chuhan – Film maker and artist

Festival organizers and partners

Images on this page. Top banner: Beasts of the Southern Wild. 2012 – Fox Searchlight

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