We are a non-political film group, open to all. We would like to show you new perspectives on life.

Free admission. All welcome.

Join us on 13th July for a special joint screening of the SEQUEL - what will follow our troubled civilization? together with Transition Town Kingston and the film's producer Shaun Chamberlin. Scroll down for details (please note that the venue is in Kingston).

  The Sequel - image sized

We are excited to announce the upcoming screening of this thought-provoking film exploring the work of environmental economist David Fleming and the vibrant Transition Movement his ideas inspired. The film's writer and executive producer Shaun Chamberlin will introduce the film and answer questions afterwards. The event is in collaboration with our friends at Transition Town Kingston (TTK).

When: Saturday, 13th July 2019, doors open 5.15pm, film starts 5.30pm. Run-time is 60 minutes, after which everyone is welcome to stay for a discussion about the topics raised in the film; also the chance of a guided tour around the sustainably designed Kingston Quaker Centre building.

Where: Kingston Quaker Centre, Fairfield East, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2PT
Fairfield East is a leafy side road near Faifield Bus Station.

How to get there: buses 371 and 65 both serve Ham on their way to Fairfield Bus Station in Kingston, from where it is a short walk (backtrack about 100m alongside the main road and then turn right through the pedestrian-only access into Fairfield East, the Quaker Centre is on the right after about 50m). If you're coming from further afield, Kingston is well-served by trains and other buses. Parking at the Quaker Centre is very limited (only for disabled), but a large car park with EV charge-points is nearby.

Cost & Tickets: entry is free, but donations of £5 are welcome on the evening (to cover costs). Please reserve your place on Eventbrite here, so that we can manage numbers.

Refreshments: light refreshments will be provided.

More about the film: "The Sequel" daringly re-imagines a thriving, resilient civilisation after the collapse of our current economies, drawing on the inspirational work of David Fleming, grandfather of the global Transition Towns movement. Watch the trailer here.

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Our film screenings aim to inform and inspire - a different way of looking at our lives and the world around us. How can we better share the planet's resources so that we can all feel nourished and live in harmony?

After the films we invite lively discussions and an exchange of personal views or experiences.


Wide ranging topics include: environmental issues (human health, wildlife, carbon footprint, resources), governance, corporations, individual choices/actions, architecture and urban planning. Please scroll down for a list of films previously screened.


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Our Background: Green Screen was started in January 2014 by two Ham residents who approached HUG to help support their idea. We were delighted to do so. Ewa and Michal have since returned to Poland with their two girls, but left us the richer and a good legacy. Their work was continued by Danielle Coleman, Jean Loveland and Jill Lamb. At the end of 2015 and throughout 2016 local resident Sufiyo Andersson kindly organised everything single-handedly! She continues to support the current organisers Simon Bailey and Daija Angeli, who both live in the borough and share a passion for environmental issues. We are also grateful to David Metherell for support. Please do get in touch if you would like to be involved yourself. We are all volunteers and welcome help.




Are you a film fan? Then check out the Twickenham Cinema Club and Richmond Film Society which between them screen three films each month at The Exchange opposite Twickenham railway station. The Exchange is a new community facility comprising an auditorium for 300 people, six multi-purpose studio rooms, a café and atrium area.


Other environmental groups in the area:
Richmond & Twickenham Friends of the Earth
Kingston Environment Centre, including Kingston Green Radio


Previously on GreenScreen:

Racing Extinction
shown June 2019

Living the Change
shown March 2019

A_Quest_for_Meaning_-_Poster_[small].jpgBanking Nature
shown December 2018

A Quest for Meaning
shown September 2018

The Nature of Cities & Richmond Park National Nature Reserve
shown June 2018

wetheuncivilised: A Life Story
shown March 2018

Love Thy Nature
shown December 2017

shown September 2017

A Simpler Way, Crisis as Opportunity
shown June 2017

Sense & Sustainability
shown March 2017

shown November 2016

The Human Scale
shown October 2016

Zero Waste to Landfill
illustrated presentation by West London Waste
September 2016

This Changes EverythingNo Impact Man
shown June 2016poster for The Light Bulb Conspiracy film

Biodiversity (medley of short films)
shown May 2016

Fair Trade
shown April 2016

Plastic Planet
shown March 2016

Internet's Own Boy
shown February 2016

Mindfulness (short films)
shown January 2016

Future of Hope
shown December 2015

shown October 2015 

Unchain My Heart
shown Septebmer 2015

The Economics of Happinessclose-up image of bee on flower
shown June 2015

Seeds of Permaculture
shown May 2015The earth with 'Paradise or Oblivion' wording

Aluna, a Journey to Save the World
shown April 2015

The Corporation
shown March 2015

Paradise or Oblivion
shown February 2015

Switchfilm poster for Yes Men with 2 men standing on the globe
poster for Project Wild Thing - tree in palm of handshown late January 2015

Hungry for Change
shown early January 2015, hosted by Food for Thought (health food shop, Kingston)

The Yes Men
shown December 2014

Project Wild Thing
shown October 2014

Education (medley of short films)
shown September 2014

No Impact ManFirst screening "Plastic Shores"
shown June 2014

More than Honey
shown May 2014

shown April 2014

The Light Bulb Conspiracy
shown March 2014

Hungry for Change
shown February 2014

Plastic Shores
shown January 2014 (launch screening)



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