COP26 Film Night - MOTHERLOAD

From: November 5th 2021 until November 5th 2021

MOTHERLOAD- a film from the USA which documents how to square the challenges of using sustainable transport with modern parenting.

The film follows director and new mother Liz Canning on her quest to understand the increasing tension between modern life and our hunter-gatherer DNA, and how cargo bikes offer a solution. As Liz meets the people behind this push to replace cars with purpose-built bikes, she learns about the history and potential future of the bicycle as the “ultimate social revolutionizer.” Conflict arises when characters encounter cultural resistance, in particular bikelash focused on women and mothers. MOTHERLOAD draws connections here to the struggle of cyclist Suffragettes and to women's seemingly endless fight for bodily autonomy. Ultimately, Liz's experiences as a cyclist, as a mother, and in discovering the cargo bike world, teach her that sustainability is not necessarily about compromise and sacrifice, and that there are few things more empowering in an age of consumption than the ability to create everything from what seems to be nothing.

Doors open 6pm

Film starts 6.30pm

Duration 1HR 30 MINS

Tickets are free but limited, book here on Eventbrite

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