WRF-Cinema: System reset - Closing the loop - The true cost

System ResetSystem Reset

Imagine if we built an economic system built on abundance rather than scarcity. Taking advantage of the latest digital tools, computational power, material science, biomimicry and a somewhat older idea - the commons - this new system could have the power to transform how we live and work. System Reset is a feature-length documentary which explores this story of change in our economy.

After its debut at the Disruptive Innovation Festival 2018, System Reset is now ready to stir the hearts and minds at WRF'19. Shot in London, Amsterdam and Barcelona, this film features some of the leading thinkers in materials, economics, the commons movement, FabLabs, digital citizenship, urban planning and architecture. Don't miss your opportunity to see them collectively weave a picture of how our economy could operate.

After the screening, Mr. Chris Roorda (DRIFT) will moderate a discussion with an expert panel and the public. How can Circular Economy realistically be implemented at city-scale? How do we secure access for all in a circular society?

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Date, time and location:

Marble  Hall, Tuesday 26 February, 11:30 - 13:00

 

Closing the loopClosing the loop

“Unless we go to Circular it’s game over for the planet; it’s game over for society”. These are the opening words of Closing the Loop, an optimistic film about innovative solutions. In support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (especially Goal 12 on Responsible Consumption and Production), the documentary explores five key strategies for achieving circularity – reduce, reuse, recycle, renew and reinvent – by showcasing examples from Europe, Latin America and Africa and featuring insights from experts .

Date, time and location:

Marble Hall, Monday 25 February, 16:00 - 17:30

 

The true costThe true cost

The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing?

Date, time and location:

Marble Hall, Tuesday 26 February,  09:50 - 11:20