"The end of the line"
Hunted almost to extinction in the 19th century, the endangered Australian Sea Lion is still being caught today as by-catch in shark fishing nets. This iconic marine mammal along with many other species will benefit from a network of large marine sanctuaries in South Australian and adjacent commonwealth waters.
Photo: Valerie Taylor.
at this special film screening
The ultimate power of ‘The End of the Line’ is that it moves beyond doomsday rhetoric to proffer real solutions. Chillingly topical, ‘The End of the Line’ drives home the message: theclock is ticking, and the time to act is now.
Premiered at Sundance Film Festival this year, the powerful new film The End of the Line uses brilliant underwater footage, sweeping cinematography and interviews with world leading scientists, activists and fishermen to tell the story of the devastating impacts of overfishing on our oceans and the simple solutions to the problem.
Where: Capitol Theatre - 113 Swanston Street, Melbourne.
When: Friday 2 October - Doors open 6:30pm, Film @ 7pm
Bookings essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry: $10 Adult, $6 Concession & students, Under 16 free.
Visit the official website of the film The End of the Line to find out more.
For more information, please contact:
The Wilderness Society Victoria Inc
288 Brunswick St
Fitzroy, Vic, 3065
Phone: 03 9038 0888