28th March | Honeydale Farm
2040 - Film Screening
FarmED’s first film screening - 2040, looking at the effects of climate change over the next 20 years and solutions, such as regenerative farming, that could reverse the effects.
Time & Location
March 28th, 7:00pm
FarmED, Honeydale Farm, Station Road, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6BJ, United Kingdom
About The Event
Join us at FarmED for a screening of the acclaimed feature documentary 2040, with 'Hungry Gap' Grazing Menu by Oxfork founder & chef Chloe Horner, followed by a panel discussion involving experts and influencers who will explore the crucial role regenerative farming could play in sustaining our planet and the link between good farming and good food.
About the film
What would the future look like if we simply embraced the best solutions that exist today? Drawing on some of the best minds in climate, economics, tech, civil society & agriculture, award winning director Damon Gameau has created a positive, hybrid feature documentary that looks to the future but is vitally important NOW, a time where people are often paralysed by overwhelm and alarm. For those seriously worried about climate change, we bring you a film and menu full of positivity and hope.
About the food
You will be nourished for the evening by a delicious menu by Oxfork founder and chef Chloe of @WhatChloeCookedNext.Mid-March is smack-bang in the ‘the Hungry Gap’, that time in early Spring notorious for well, not much, is the point. The winter crops are drawing to a close and the fruits of Spring are yet to materialise. It’s generally not an easy time for cooks, and yet it is possible, with a little imagination, to feast sustainably especially with the right inspiration to hand. Chloe's menu will be a creative ensemble highlighting the best the season has to offer, with produce sourced hyper-locally from Oxfordshire’s best loved - from the field and the larder.
About the Discussion
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion chaired by radio & television presenter, Sybil Ruscoe. She will be joined by award-winning food writer Kathy Slack, Tim Field from Daylesford and Ian Wilkinson, Founder of FarmED.