Cyclovida:Lifecycle Film Showing in Northampton

Cycling film to be shown at the Academy of Music in Northampton.

Interested to see how bicycles can be used in efforts to care for the environment by people who know their lives and livelihoods depend on their relationship with the Earth?

Come to see Cyclovida : Lifecycle, Friday January 28 at the Academy of Music Theater in Northampton, MA.

From the press release:

Ciclovida: Lifecycle pedals alongside a group of subsistence farmers from Brazil who bicycle over 6,000 miles across the South American continent in search of natural seeds.
This feature-length documentary is made up of moving stories from landless peasants, indigenous communities, and small farmers that expose the devastating effects of industrial agriculture destined for agrofuels.

The film is so good, the filmmakers know you’ll want to talk with them about it after:

Q&A and Discussion Following the Film
featuring the filmmaker brothers Matt and Loren Feinstein as well as local initiative leaders from Grow Food Northampton, CISA, and Mass-Bike.  Demonstrations prior to the feature by Pedal People and the Solar Store of Greenfield.  Learn about and connect with local organizations working for a healthier and happier community and planet.

The film shows at 8 p.m., doors open at 7:15. Ticket info from the website: $10 in advance, or $12 at the door, $7 with student ID, children (12 and under) Free

Where/How Tickets Can be Purchased:
Tickets available at Academy Box Office or online at the Academy of Music’s Website

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