Screening of Black Hole Documentary

Black Hole Flyer‘Black Hole’ documentary – Tuesday, October 13 Village Cinemas – Karingal

 ‘Black Hole’ is an exposè of the ongoing battle to save the last of an endangered woodland forest from being cleared to make way to one of the largest open cut coal mines in production in Australia… namely Whitehaven coal mine in the NSW Leard State Forest. The Leard State Forest has a stunning old growth box-gum woodland forest and is considered a national biodiversity hotspot.

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Tickets must be reserved on-line, and preferably ASAP. To reserve your tickets, please visit the Tugg Event Page here:www.tugg.com/events/56054

Unlike a traditional movie showing, this Tugg screening requires that 56 tickets be reserved, so please act now.
The film maker Dujon Pereira is a local Frankston person, and will be there to introduce the documentary and to support the Q &A  afterwards.

About the documentary https://www.documentaryaustralia.com.au/films/811/black-hole

Of note: the Hon. Mark Vaile AO, Deputy PM of Australia and Leader of the National Party 2005-2007 is the Chairman of Whitehaven Coal. This is a great example of the traditional revolving door of politicians and extractive industry fossil fuel companies.

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