VOYEURS: Environmental Film Fest Launch

Words By Hannah Hawkins
September 7, 2015
Australia's Environmental Film Festival kicked off in Melbourne on Thursday night, beginning the green doco marathon with 'Black Hole', a film that looks at the anti-mining movement predominantly through the eyes of indigenous Australians. Inspiration was well and truly in the air, with panelists and speakers including legendary environmentalist and Greens Party founder Bob Brown, director João Dujon Pereira, Gomeroi Traditional Owners Dolly Talbott and Jane Delaney-John, Leard blockader Phil Evans and Professor Peter Christoff. For more information about the festival including tickets visit the website here.
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