– an evening of films, music and speakers.
WHAT: Outdoor screening on the CERES Village Green of OUR GENERATION, a documentary made by Sinem Saban & Damien Curtis about the NT Intervention; and a short film about the Kimberley Campaign opposing the proposed Gas Hub at James Price Point. The screening will be preceded by live music and speakers including Greens Senator Richard di Natale. The focus is on making connections between the issues affecting indigenous communities in northern Australia, and involving us all in finding solutions.
WHEN: Friday February 17th - doors open 6pm, 7pm speakers and live music until dark, feature starts at 9pm.
ABOUT the film: http://www.ourgeneration.org.
OUR GENERATION is a powerful and upfront documentary on the Australian Aboriginal struggle for their land, culture and freedom – a story that has been silenced by the Australian Government and mainstream media.Film Fundraising: Profit from film ticket sales will go to community projects in Arnhem Land and to the Kimberley campaigns.
Food and Drinks: Food available will include barbecues with vegetarian and meat options.
The bar will be open from 6.30pm for wine, beer and soft drinks.
Food Fundraising: Profit from food and drink sales will go to the NT Greens campaigns (local govt and Territory elections in 2012).
STALLS: Various community and campaign groups will provide information and inspiration, including Concerned Australians, ANTAR, Save the Kimberley, Walmadan Country is Calling.
WHAT TO BRING: Picnic if required, rugs, cushions, clothing for all weather! There is an indoor venue at CERES where the films will be screened if it rains.
CERES Environment Park
Cnr Roberts and Stewart Streets
Brunswick East, VIC 3057
Tickets $20, $16 Concession
CERES Reception: 9389 0100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Darebin Greens contact:
Julie Bain email@example.com 9481 5232
Moreland Greens contact:
Margaret Dahlstrom firstname.lastname@example.org 9388 0438
David Collis email@example.com
0404 087 561