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The Bentley Effect Film NZ Tour - Invercargill


Fri 3 Nov 2017, 6:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Invercargill Public Library, 50 Dee St, Invercargill, Southland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult - Waged: $12.00
  • Concession - Senior / Unwaged: $10.00
  • Student - 12-17yrs: $8.00
  • Child - Under 12yrs Free: $0.00
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  • Additional fees may apply

"The Bentley Effect” film tour - Spreading hope across NZ to grassroots communities.

“One of the most important films of the century” described by Polly Higgins, renowned barrister, award winning author and international environmental lawyer.

Filmed over 5 years, "The Bentley Effect" documents the highs and lows of the battle to keep a unique part of Australia gasfield-free. This timely story of a community’s heroic stand shows how strategic direct action and peaceful protesting can overcome industrial might and political short-sightedness. It celebrates the power of non-violence and chronicles one of the fastest growing social movements we have ever witnessed.

Q&A after the film with Brendan Shoebridge (Director) and Naomi Tarrant (Bentley Activist).

Come get up to speed with important local updates and get inspired. Potluck tea with movie from 6.30pm.

All proceeds after costs will go towards recovering the film's production and impact distribution costs.