The Age of Consequences by TransitieCinema The Hague
The Age of Consequences is a compelling and unnerving film that investigates the effects of climate change on migration, natural resources and conflict, through the lens of Pentagon insiders.
A documentary about social, political and environmental issues
A case study told by admirals, generals and military veterans, The Age of Consequences takes us beyond the headlines of the Syria conflict, to the rise of ISIS and the unrest of the Arab Spring and the European refugee crisis. They lay bare how climate change triggers societal tensions, leading to conflict.
This documentary film about social, political and environmental issues calls us to action, declaring that time is our most precious resource. If we continue with “business as usual” then the consequences of climate change will continue increasing with serious outcomes for peace and security.
The Age of Consequences Schedule
- 6pm: TransitieCinema vegan dinner by Juni Café at Het Nutshuis
- 7.30pm: Screening of The Age of Consequences by TransitieCinema
- 9pm Questions and answers with an expert panel
- 9.30pm: Drinks and an informal discussion
Plan your visit
Admission to the film is free, but donations are highly appreciated. Make sure to arrive on time because the doors close when the movie begins.
The pre-movie dinner is a vegan meal and can be reserved online via the Het Nutshuis website, or you can eat without reserving.