About the Film
When Peter Wohlleben published his book “The Hidden Life of Trees” in 2015, he stormed all the bestseller charts overnight: no-one had ever written about the German woods like the forester from the parish of Wershofen before. Wohlleben tells us in an entertaining and enlightening fashion about the solidarity and cohesion of the trees and strikes a chord with his ever-growing community of readers: he brings us closer to these astounding living entities in guided tours of the woods and readings. Wohlleben travels to Sweden to see the oldest tree in the world; he visits businesses in Vancouver that are looking for a new approach to how to treat the woods; he sides with the Hambacher Forst demonstrators. Because he knows that we humans can only survive if the woods are healthy – and that the eleventh hour is already upon us.
COVID Policies for film screenings at the Jim Santy Auditorium:
Tickets can be purchased in advance online. After online ticket sales close two hours before the scheduled start time for the film, tickets will be available for purchase at the box office. We will be operating at 50% capacity at the Jim Santy Auditorium and masks will be required for all patrons without exception. Complete details on our Cinema Safe protocols can be accessed here.
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