During the Raindance Film Festival last year we previewed Everybody Flies, a film that made a great name for itself on the festival circuit and one that asks very important questions about the safety of our air travel. It introduced to many the dangers of Aerotoxic Syndrome, and explored the legal disputes and the concerted effort from the industry to cloak this secret from those whose lives could be affected.
With implications for every one of us, this is exactly the sort of film that’ll be everywhere soon, so it’s best to get in early. Beginning next week, on the 26th of February in King’s Cross in London, the wonderful Everyman cinemas across the UK will be holding screenings of the film, followed by a live Q&A with co-director Tristan Loraine.
This is an unmissable chance to find out more about this incendiary topic from one of the people who have dedicated years of their lives to explore and explain the dangers facing us in the air.
The trailer is a great primer on the journey co-directors Tristan Loraine and Beth Moran have traveled thus far. It’ll certainly make you start to ask yourself why this issue isn’t a concern for everyone who travels by air.
The full calendar of screenings and Q&As is below, just click on the date you want to book your tickets. This is a great chance to find out more about this explosive subject and ask your questions to the director.
The best place to keep up to date with the film, and international future screenings is here on the film’s website.