VIC - BZE Film Night - 'White Water, Black Gold'

After a brief hiatus, Beyond Zero Emissions film nights are back...and we're pretty excited about it!

Join us for a screening of the multi-award winning film 'White Water, Black Gold', which follows filmmaker David Lavallee on a three-year journey across Canada to document the environmental and social impacts of the world's most energy intensive oil industry: the tar sands. The industry is expanding right at a time when the world needs to be moving away from its heavy reliance on fossil fuels.

What's any of this got to do with Australia?

Well, business is booming for the oil and gas industry here as well, with the development of unconventional fossil fuel projects increasing along the eastern seaboard. Stick around after the film for some light refreshments and to hear more about this from our guest speakers from Friends of the Earth/Quit Coal...our audience may be particularly interested to hear about the doings of a company called Lakes Oil in Gippsland, backed by none other than one Mme. Rinehart.


Location: Kindness House, 288 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, 3065

Date and Time: April 11th, 6.00pm

Transport: Tram 112, Stop 16 (Corner of Johnston and Brunswick Street)

Price: $10