Is there scope for an eco-cinema in Farnham?
On a recent visit to Chichester I visited the pop-up Transition Cafe, which operates on Mondays at the Whipped and Baked Cafe when the owners are having their day-off. The Transition Cafe is staffed by volunteers in shifts during the day and the trade takings are given to the owners in exchange for the social space provided. Cool!
Chichester also have a successful eco-cinema project. See http://www.transitionchichester.org/?q=node/391
Would such a project to show films of a similar kind find an audience in Farnham? Would it work best from a fixed centre or, would a mobile pop-up cinema reach more people? Chichester have a good stock of films which they are prepared to let us access. If an eco-cinema is feasible in Farnham because there are the assets and resources to make it work and the business model is to hand in Transition Chichester’s experience, then why not give it a go!
Comments, please. In general, would there be support for this initiative? Would there be volunteers interested in being involved?