Synopsis: The documentary Living in The Time of Dying is "an unflinching look at what it means to be living in the midst of climate catastrophe and finding purpose and meaning within it."
"Recognizing the magnitude of the climate crisis we are facing, independent filmmaker Michael Shaw, sells his house to travel around the world looking for answers. Pretty soon we begin to see how deep the predicament goes along with the systems and ways of thinking that brought us here."
The film features: Jem Bendell, Catherine Ingram, Dahr Jamail & Stan Rushworth
Jem Blendell and Rupert Read are authors of Deep Adaptation: Navigating the Realities of Climate Chaos (July 19, 2021) Jem Bendell is Professor of Sustainability Leadership at the University of Cumbria and the originator of the Deep Adaptation movement. Rupert Read is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of East Anglia, a Green Party campaigner, and a former spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion.
"Stan Rushworth, a Native American Elder, brings an especially enlightening viewpoint to these questions. It becomes clear that climate change is going to ruin our way of life but this then opens up a whole new set of questions: How did we get here? How do we choose to live and what actions make sense at this time?"
"The people interviewed in the documentary, all highly regarded and well-known spokespeople on the perspective, argue it's too late to stop catastrophic climate change but in no way too late to regain a renewed life-giving relationship with our world."