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Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival

When:

Fri 13 Nov 2015, 5:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Globe Theatre, 312 Main St, Palmerston North

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Feature Films - Adults: $5.00
  • Feature Films - Children: $0.00
  • Fri 13th Opening Film - ALL TICKETS: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: reelearthfilmfest

Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival 2015 sees Palmerston North host the very best of recent environmental films over a two week period. Starting from Friday 13th November, The Globe Theatre hosts three days of environmental feature films from leading documentary and environmental filmmakers, and highlighting the environmental issues that most affect and challenge us; from food and energy to sustainability and activism, from our natural environment to our urban spaces.

Come, watch and be inspired! Feature films are at the affordable price of just $5 per ticket, and children are free! (Opening night all tickets $10). We've got filmmaker/participant talks for two of our fantastic films, at 3pm Sat 14th and Sun 15th.

Plus: There are also two screenings at Palmy's coolest little outdoor cinema, 50 George (entry by Koha); Friday 20th Feature Film Fundraiser for Just Zilch (film to be announced at the festival opening) and Friday 27th a series of old favourites from our short film back catalogue, plus some great new ones.

And, lock it in - all afternoon - Sunday 22nd, at Sound & Vision/City Library (Free) for an afternoon of ENVIRO+FILM Forum by people doing great environmental things locally:
-12pm: Sy Taffel, Massey University Media Studies Lecturer & filmmaker talks about technologies and techniques of no-budget filmmaking
- 1pm: Vanessa Witt, Transitions Feilding presents the ABC of Sharing Gardens - what they are and how to establish and run one
- 2pm: Heather Knox, Manawatu Family Microadventures - talks about why getting children outside, and in nature is more important than ever - and shares fun ways to do it
- 3pm: Dr Tricia Farrelly, Massey University environmental anthropologist and cofounder of lobby group Carrying Our Future opens our eyes to what we can't see in plastics - synthetic hormones.

Check out individual listings for each film/event on eventfinda for more details, or check out our website, or visit our facebook page.

See you there!

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