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Seven Rivers Walking - Haere Mārire | Film Screening

When:

Sat 19 May 2018, 6:30pm–8:00pm

Where: Cornerstone - Whare Karakia o Manako, 144 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
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  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: TTBOI

Kiwi Films for Positive Change
Saturday Film and Nibble Nights

Premiering an excellent line-up of Kiwi documentary films that deliver powerful and inspirational messages of positive change and look at how communities are coming together to build a sustainable future for many generations to come.
Films will be followed by delicious refreshments from TheVeggieTree Cook School.

Our second film screening is for the very recently released
Kiwi Film "Seven Rivers Walking - Haere Mārire
http://sevenrivers.nz/

Watch the Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNuXE3lYUyE

Seven Rivers Walking is “a powerful expression of collective sadness at the state of our waterways.” With walkers, rafters, farmers and fishing folk, we journey the alpine to spring rivers of Canterbury. Exploring above and below the surfaces, uncovering ways through our current freshwater crisis.

This lyrical documentary from New Zealand is an intimate portrait of the struggles around water – globally the most precious resource of our time.

“Anyone with a gnats whisker of concern for our environment should track this movie down and go see it -” Barrie

About Transition Towns...
TransitionTowns initiatives are part of a vibrant, international grassroots movement (transitionnetwork.org) that brings people together to explore how we – as communities - can respond to the environmental, economic and social challenges arising from climate change, resource depletion and an economy based on growth.We don’t look for anyone to blame or anyone to save us, but believe our communities have within themselves the innovation and ingenuity to create positive solutions to the converging crises of our time.We believe in igniting and supporting local responses at any level and from anyone – and aim to weave them together into a coordinated action plan for change towards a lower energy lifestyle. By building local resilience, we will be able to collectively respond to whatever the future may bring in a calm, positive and creative way. And by remembering how to live within our local means, we can rediscover the spirit of community and a feeling of power, belonging and sharing in a world that is vibrant, just and truly sustainable.

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