Doco in the bush

Cobargo Docos likes to invite you to a double bill outdoors screening in the bush. “Guarding The Galilee” – a new 30 minute documentary film that takes us inside the fight to stop Adani coal – and “Tarkine In Motion” – over 70 artists journey to the Tarkine in north west Tasmania to document its natural beauty.

Both docos bring in different ways awareness to the fight for beautiful places and a better future for all Australians.

See below for more info on both documentaries.

We’ll start the screening at dusk, get together from 5pm, bring a plate and drink to share and a blanket to sit on or keep warm!

 

Guarding the Galilee

Presented by Queensland-born actor Michael Caton, this new 30-minute documentary shines a spotlight on the battle to stop the biggest coal mine in Australian history, Adani’s Carmichael project.

The award-winning documentary team captures the raw beauty of the Queensland outback, where Adani’s mine threatens essential water resources.
Just downstream from the proposed mine site, a grazier fears for the impact on the river that quenches the thirst of his cattle, and flows through to the Coral Sea.
On the coast, a boat owner operating out of the Airlie beach tourist hotspot worries about the hundreds of extra ships steaming through the Great Barrier Reef each year.Meet these and many others engaged in this fight and find out exactly what mining billionaire Adani has planned for Australia.

Guarding the Galilee Documentary

http://www.stopadani.com

Tarkine In Motion
Director: Dan Broun

Over 70 artists in 72 hours bring to you the essence of one wild landscape which is the Tarkine. It is alive and in motion.

In April 2015, over 70 photographers, filmmakers, musicians and artists journeyed into the Tarkine– a part of north west Tasmania of great cultural and environmental significance – to document and interpret its wild, scenic beauty as never before. From that weekend comes this stunning 55-minute documentary portrait of this threatened wilderness and the creative minds working to save it. Curated by Tasmanian wilderness photographer and film maker, Dan Broun and the Bob Brown Foundation, Tarkine In Motion is a multi-platform project culminating in film, concerts and exhibitions of art created in the heart of the Tarkine, one of the last great wilderness areas on the planet.

Trailer for Tarkine in Motion – a film by Dan Broun

http://www.bobbrown.org.au

 

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