BZE Brisbane: Movie Fundraiser Event

 

 

In partnership with the Sustainable Engineering Society, join Beyond Zero Emission’s Brisbane Branch for the screening of "Generation Green", a 13 minute documentary that follows the journey BZE’s lead Stationary Energy Plan and Transport Plan researcher Patrick Hearps.

The documentary will be complemented by a live Q&A with documentary producer Laura Noonan, and followed by food and drinks in the foyer.

Please join us at this special event to help raise funds for Beyond Zero Emissions.

 

More about “Generation Green”
Generation Green follows the journey of Patrick Hearps, a young chemical engineer working at an oil refinery, as he becomes increasingly concerned about his company's contribution towards adverse climate change. Torn between his career and a higher obligation of environmental stewardship, his personal struggle reflects the great dilemma of our generation. Patrick's courageous choices and eventual path forward highlight the actions needed to shape the world of tomorrow.

  

About producer Laura NoonanLaura Noonan is a film producer/writer, with a strong interest in factual programming and documentary film-making. She produced 'Generation Green' with the direction of Briony Benjamin in 2012 as one of her graduate projects at QUT. For the last year, she has been working on marketing and distributing Generation Green.

Laura will be interviewed by Andrew Leavold who owned and managed Trash Video, the largest cult video rental store in Australia. He is also a publisher, researcher, film festival curator, musician, TV presenter and occasional film maker.

When: Monday, 22nd July 2013, 6pm for 6.15pm start
Where:  Engineering House, 447 Upper Edward St in Spring Hill
Cost: $20 including food and drinks
RSVP / Buy Ticket: http://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/events/beyond-zero-emissions-movie-fundraising-event

For more information, email qld@bze.org.au 

BRING SOME CHANGE! We will be raffling 2 x 4-day passes to the Caloundra Music Festival, thanks to the Sunshine Coast Council. These are worth over $400!