Feeling The Apocalypse

  • November 25, 2022 / 21:15

Director: Chen Sing Yap
Canada, 2021, 7'
with Turkish and English subtitles 

A psychotherapist struggling with climate anxiety explores what it means to live in a dying world. From the disappearing wildlife in his hometown Owen Sound to the news stories about melting of Greenland, psychotherapist Anderson Todd tells us how fragmenting ecosystems around the world has affected his psyche and his relationships. Do the realities of collapse spell only paralyzing despair, or is there something positive we can take from this?

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Godney Marshes: Rewilding our Future

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Dreams, Effort and Pandemic

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Green Nettle

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Living in a Postcard

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