Jan. 22, 2013
-- The Dylan Thomas Centre is to host it’s first event of 2013 on Thursday 24 January with a screening of a fascinating new film.
Living in the Future is an eco documentary directed by independent film maker Helen Iles from arts charity Undercurrents.
Jo Furber, Swansea Council’s Literature Officer said “The documentary follows the highs and lows of nine pioneering families who are building their own affordable homes, growing their own food and creating a new community in Lammas, the UK's first planned eco village in Glandwr, Pembrokeshire.”
Helen Iles’ documentary-
making career began in 1997 when she filmed evictions at the Holtsfield wood chalet community in Murton, Gower.
She also won the 2012 Digital Hero Wales award for educating children about green issues.
Tickets for the screening are just £3 and available from the Dylan Thomas Box Office on 01792 463980 or online at http://www.dylanthomas.com
2014 will mark the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas in Swansea and a series of events are being planned to commemorate one of the world’s greatest poets.