Disruption: A New Movie For the Movement

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Friends,

There’s no replacement for masses of people standing shoulder to shoulder to demand change. Have you ever felt that energy?

If you’re looking for hope, there’s nothing like it. But we can capture a little bit of that magic with a movie — and now the People’s Climate March has one! Here’s the brand-new trailer for Disruption, a movie for the climate movement that we’re hoping will galvanize a new wave of climate action and climate leadership this fall:

Disruption will be released for free online on September 7 — and on that day there will also be independent screenings and house parties around the country to watch the movie in groups.

Together, we’ll gather in movie theaters, church basements, and living rooms — to get a taste of that movement energy, while building toward something even bigger.

Click here to watch and share the trailer and to learn more about local screening events.

Hosting is easy — all you need is a way to stream video from the internet (like a YouTube video) for your audience. Register your event, do a little outreach, and set aside a few hours for the screening itself.

The timing couldn’t be better. This fall, the climate movement is going to be standing shoulder to shoulder to demand change: On September 21st — just before the U.N. Climate Summit in New York City — the People’s Climate March will bring us together for an historic convergence.

We hope Disruption helps you and your community get moving (to New York and beyond).

Onward, Anna

P.S. Two minutes usually isn’t enough to make much of an impact — but this trailer gives me goosebumps. Seriously, go watch and share it. 

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