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Reel Earth: Spoil

Reel Earth: Spoil

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  • Sat 12 May ’12, 6:00pm


Downtown Cinemas, 70 Broadway Ave, Palmerston North


All Ages

Feature film:
Spoil, Trip Jennings, Canada, 2011
Spoil focuses on the threat of a new oil pipeline through a remote region of British Columbia known as the Great Bear Rainforest. One of the last great wilderness areas on the planet, Great Bear Rainforest could suffer devastating damage from the proposed pipeline.

Also showing:
Polar Bear Migration: Nomadism and Dormancy Field Guide, Norman Fassbender, Canada, 2011 (animation)
A TV documentary crew debate the ethics of saving a drowning polar bear.

Petropolis, Alejandro Ayala, Alberola/Mexico, 2011,
A normal day in a normal man's life. Except it's set in a parallel world where water is oil and oil, water.

A River Runs Through Us, Carla Pataky, USA, 2011
This film is personal and hopeful introduction to one of the biggest threats facing our world’s lifelines, as told by the people at the forefront of the global movement: Rivers for Life 3 – a 2010 gathering of 350 river activists from 50 countries.

A Wild Idea, Veronica Moscoso, USA, 2011,
A Wild Idea is a thought provoking film that explores the complexity of oil development within a fragile ecosystem, its local and global implications, and its effects on the planet as a whole.

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