UK PREMIERE. Pay What You Can Tickets. From Italy to Greece, Spain to Senegal, to the once-pristine waters of Chilean Patagonia, UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD unmasks the colonial face of fish farming and exposes the conflicts over the resources this industry produces, making huge profits while promoting itself as a ‘sustainability champion'. Salmon, trout, sea bream, sea bass, and then environment, food security, colonization, land and water grabbing. UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD is a journey across three continents, following a journalistic investigation into the fish farming industry. Aquaculture is the fastest growing food industry in the world, promising to be a sustainable solution to feed a growing global population that could reach 9.7 billion people in 2050. The film, however, exposes a different reality: local communities in different regions are fighting against the expansion of fish farms, accused of polluting pristine waters, grabbing natural resources and even fostering hunger and food insecurity. The film will be preceded by the short documentary POROS STANDS (25') (trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiRFcfu4yAk) that documents how the citizens of the small island of Poros in Greece, decided to make a stand and say no to the government's decision to expand the already substantial fish farms around Greece by 25 times. A live Q&A will follow with the director of UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD, Francesco De Augustinis, and Fay Orfanidou, the Executive Director and co-founder of Katheti, moderated by Nusa Urbancic, CEO of the Changing Markets Foundation. Tickets are on a Pay What You Can sliding scale (tiers of £3, £6, £9, £12 and £15). Higher ticket prices and donations allow us to hold more community events like these, with affordable prices. Thank you for your support. Francesco De Augustinis is a freelance journalist and documentary-maker with 10 years’ experience in food and environmental issues, working for the likes of Mongabay, The Guardian, Corriere della Sera, EuObserver, Repubblica, The Huffington Post and The Ferret. Since 2021, his projects have involved industrial fish farming in Europe, Africa and South America, supported by Journalismfund.eu and Internews' Earth Journalism Network. In 2019 Francesco founded One Earth (www.one-earth.it/en) to focus on international investigative journalism about food and sustainability. In 2012 he won the 1st edition of the Roberto Morrione Award for television enquiries, with an investigation on the large amount of pesticides used in tobacco farming (Killed by Tobacco Farming, 25’). Fay is the Executive Director and co-founder of Katheti - the non-profit cultural and educational centre based on the island of Poros. Katheti is a cultural and educational centre that serves the people of the Poros, Troizinia and Methana region. The organisation supports local artisans and entrepreneurs, students preparing for their futures, and all those who seek to expand their horizons, learn new skills, share knowledge, and celebrate the richness of our culture. Nusa has been with the Changing Markets Foundation since it was founded in 2015 and her role was to set up the organisation’s main office in London and to manage the team of Changing Markets campaigners. Until July 2023 she worked as Changing Markets Campaigns Director leading the development of strategies and overseeing the implementation of the Foundations’ campaigns, research and media work. In July 2023 she took over as the CEO of the Foundation. Nusa has an MA in International Relations from the University of Ljubljana and an LLM in Human Rights from the London-based Birkbeck University. Before joining Changing Markets, she worked for over 6 years in Brussels-based NGO Transport & Environment leading its Energy programme, advocating for more climate-friendly European policies on transport fuels. She played a leading role in running and coordinating European campaigns against unsustainable biofuels, unconventional oil and promoting transport electrification, resulting in significant political reforms. She designed T&E’s political advocacy strategy, coordinated research and fund-raising. Before joining T&E, Nusa worked at the European office of Greenpeace on the renewable energy campaign and she also gained experience as a free-lance journalist and translator. DramaPT2H20M12A2024-04-20
Francesco De Augustinis; Kirsten Bacon and Mike Sampey


April 20, 2:00 pm