Movies next week

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Reel Earth Environment Film Festival continues

All movies in the Waikato Environment Centre, 25 Ward St, Hamilton

28th September 7.30pm  $10

As some people missed  Deep Green last week we have decided to rescreen it, and will be also using it as a fundraiser to help a very inspiring young New Zealander attend the next Climate Conference in Durban. Brittany Parker was awarded a Green Ribbon award last year, and is an inspirational young woman and potential leader, who is being supported by Environment Centres to attend the conference as a youth delegate.

Deep Green  focuses on solutions to climate change, and commentaries by some of the world's most articulate and thoughtful leaders - Amory Lovins, Lester Brown, David Suzuki.Nice to have a movie looking at a range of options for the future.

29th September 7.30pm 

$10  (free entry for those who came last friday)
We have rescheduled the movies that were due to be shown last friday, but due to technical hitches, the showing did not happen. The Environment Centre apologies to those who turned up, and hope that you might be able to attend this evening - Screening guaranteed.
The movies are
A Mongolian Couch (12 mins)
A forward thinking Mongolian family welcome visitors to their yurt home, and make changes to improve their lives
Tide of Change (12 Min) about sea level changes in the Solomons.
Landscapes at the World's Ends (30mins)
A non-verbal visual journey to the polar regions portrayed through a triptych montage of photography and video.
Marion Stoddart: The Work of 1000 (30min)
The story of a housewife, mother and unexpected activist, who becomes an environmental leader and citizen hero honoured by the UN.

 



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