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17 Dec 2009

‘In Transition 1.0′ now also available on Vimeo

‘In Transition 1.0′ is now also available on Vimeo, in higher resolution than on YouTube (and with the still-missing Part 3). Don’t forget that the film is available in even higher quality on the DVD which contains a veritable smorgasbord of extras and outtakes and wonderful stuff. Enjoy. Send the link to your friends….  Thanks to Alex Munslow for enabling this.

In Transition 1.0 from Transition Towns on Vimeo.

Categories: Transition Movie

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5 Comments

Josef Davies-Coates
17 Dec 4:23pm

Excellent good move! :)

(for those that don’t notice, you can download the full thing by right-click save as on link bottom right)

Adam S. Margetts Esq.
19 Dec 3:55am

Thank YOU, Thank YOU. Thank YOU.

It is Sat. 19th December 2009 – Copenhagen has ended without a legally binding agreement and many people are angry and afraid.

The future maybe bleak but the Transition Movement is a Bright Beacon of Hope for the Future. A place where like-minded folk can gather, share experiences and knowledge – but most importantly Transition can bring Communities Together, Sustainably.

Made in Britain FOR Britain.

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On behalf of Transition Town Den Helder in The Netherlands, we thank you for this film.

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Jack
26 Jan 12:54am

Bottomline in this movie makes absolutely sense. Sentimental scenes however are quite annoying.
Great stuff!