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Upcoming Green Screen screening: Wednesday 30 September 2015. Doors open 7pm.
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Some things need to be shared more widely and openly...and that includes society-critical software that can affect our lives in a variety of ways.

This Green Screen evening combines two short films and a discussion afterwards.

 
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Stephen Fry gives his take on why FREE software is so important...
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three Kogi against mountainous backdrop

 

GREEN DRINKS...  
 First Monday of the month

The event is a free (non-political) social event and networking opportunity. It's open to everyone with an interest in all things environmental and nature-related. Come and enjoy yourself in a relaxed atmosphere with like-minded people.

On the first Monday of each month we meet at The Fox & Duck, 194 Petersham Road, Petersham, Richmond, TW10 7AD

We gather from about 7pm till 9pm with people dropping in as they have time. Please look for the little green drinks picture (above right) on our table.

For more information find us on www.meetup.com or twitter as “hamgreendrinks.

Hosted by Sufiyo Andersson with help and sponsored by  South West London Environment Network

"Enthusing and empowering people, groups, charities, organisations and schools to work together to protect the environment and to deliver solutions to environmental problems."

Upcoming meet-ups:    

              Monday the 2 of November

                Monday the 7 of December

                Monday the 4 January

Dates for your Diary:
Wednesday 20 October:
"COWSPIRACY:
the unsustainable secret"

The Green Screen team

invite you to our next film screening at 7pm on Wednesday 30 September: 

Unchain my heart


When Karen discovered she had a potentially life threatening heart condition, the last thing she expected was to come up against proprietary software.

Now, with a heart device implanted in her body, she and Software Freedom Law Center have been working to show how free and open source software is essential on implantable medical devices.

In this talk, Karen discusses her professional and personal view of the issues... and why society-critical software is an issue that warrants wider public scrutiny.

 


NB: The film will be preceded by a short film with Stephen Fry - also visible above. It will then be followed by a discussion - do stay for this enjoyable and important part of the evening if you can.

When: Wednesday 30 September 2015. Doors open 7pm, film starts 7.15 pm.
Length: The two films last approx. 5 mins and 40 mins.
Where: Ham Library Community Space, TW10 7HR.
Cost: Free... and donations are invited to cover costs.
Light refreshments available.

 

Find out more about Green Screen
We would like to thank both SWLEN (the South West London Environment Network), and TTK (Transition Town Kingston) for publicising Green Screen's screenings. For more information, please visit www.swlen.org.uk & www.ttkingston.org

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