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    Transition Town Vincent Movie Night - Cry of the Forests

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    Event description

    A documentary about Western Australia's south-west forests.

    Our very own forests are part of one of the most biodiverse regions of the planet and are vital to slowing runaway climate change. Yet instead of preserving them, they are cut down at an alarming rate for charcoal, firewood and woodchips.
    Forests play a crucial role in the water cycle, but the streams that once bubbled through these ecological communities are drying up and the critical habitat they provide for endangered species is shrinking.

    Cry of the Forests takes viewers to the heart of the forests to see first-hand the beauty of these towering ecosystems and the life they support.
    Meet the activists armed with go-pros and dressed in camouflage gear risking their lives to bear witness to the logging and the traditional custodians, tourist operators and farmers on the frontline of the battle to protect our forests.

    Join us at our monthly movie night to learn and be inspired to take action.

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    Event Details

    The film starts at 6.30pm sharp. Please arrive by 6.15pm if possible.

    Alcohol is available for purchase at the bar. There will be free popcorn thanks to The Source at The Mezz and free bakery items thanks to Dejaxo Bakery. You can also BYO snacks.

    Children are welcome to attend if accompanied by a parent or guardian.

    No need to print your ticket.

    Transition Town Vincent film nights are run by volunteers. A donation is appreciated to help cover the costs of screening rights. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/ttvin...

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