PELHAM– Fixing the Future, a documentary dedicated to “the reinvention of the American economy,” will screen across the country July 18 and 19. The local venue for this film will be the Picture House in Pelham, on the 18th.
After the film, the audience will talk about “creating sustainable livelihoods with area advocates who are working on the ground now. The panel will include social entrepreneur Mike Brady, CEO of Greyston Bakery; John Bell, Director of Transition Westchester; and Jon Zeltsman, President of Community Markets.”
In Fixing the Future, host David Brancaccio (of public radio’s Marketplace and NOW on PBS) visits locations across America that are using innovative, sustainable approaches to create jobs and build prosperity. From initiatives such as worker cooperatives and “time banks” to community banks and local currencies, the film features stories of solution. Tickets are $9 in advance and $12 at the door. They can be purchased online here.
For more information about Fixing the Future, visit www.fixingthefuture.org.