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For one night only, Palace Electric Cinemas will be hosting a screening of the acclaimed feature film Unity.
"UNITY is a new documentary that explores humanity’s hopeful transformation from living by killing into living by loving. It is a unique film about compassion for all beings, or all expressions of life,” and going beyond all “separation based on form,” and beyond perceiving opposites.
Writer/Director Shaun Monson, collaborating with an astounding cast of 100 celebrity narrators (never before gathered in the history of film-making), presents a message of love, tragedy and hope, all set against the backdrop of some of the most compelling 20th and 21st Century footage imaginable.
With a cast of 100 voices, (including Jennifer Aniston, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Spacey, Helen Mirren, Ellen DeGeneres, Adam Levine, Dr. Dre and Tony Hawk) all speaking as once voice. UNITY is a genuine cinematic experience unlike any other."
FILM'S TRAILER: https://youtu.be/TcdEBU1iBqs
Tickets can be bought online via the Palace Electric website (link provided below) for $20 (Adult) or $18 (Concession).
Alternatively, group bookings can be made with the ticket price of $15 pp. To organise a group booking or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 6222 4900.
For the Canberra Feature Film Coalition booking:
Email Sebastian at email@example.com
For the Vegan ACT, Team Earthlings and Animal Liberation ACT booking:
Email Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
TICKETS AVAILABLE: http://www.palacecinemas.com.au/movies/unity/
4 pm Saturday 15 August
Green Agenda @ Alliance Francaise Canberra
Borders work differently depending who or what you are - refugees, corporations, trade, security, pollution, information.... Who decides? Who benefits? Why are our borders playing such a pivotal role in today's politics? If you're in or around Canberra on Saturday 15 August join our next Green Agenda launch with Jasmina Brankovich (via internet from Perth), Kyla Tienhaara and Josh Wyndham-Kidd. Jasmina's Green Agenda essay on refugees and human rights will be published in the lead up to the discussion.
China and India are the world's two biggest importers of thermal coal and both are moving rapidly to transform their energy markets. The implications for Australia are huge. If coal is indeed in structural decline, stranded assets await - mines in the Galilee Basin, Whitehaven, Shenhua to name a few. Tim Buckley, Director of Energy Finance Studies, Australasia, for the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, draws on 25 years of financial market experience to survey the outlook for Australian coal.
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HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD
Dir: Jerry Rothwell UK/Canada 112 mins 2015
4pm Sunday 2nd August at Palace Electric Cinema
Date(s) - Thu 9 Jul 2015 19:00
Location: Majura Function Centre
Rainbow RAC are happy to be presenting a free screening of the 2013 Dutch documentary Warriors for Love by Sipke Jan Bousema. The film details the oppression faced by many LGBTIQ people around the world, and their brave struggle for survival.
You can view the trailer here:
Rainbow RAC is a group of activists in Canberra, advocating for the rights of LGBTIQ asylum seekers and fighting for justice for all refugees.
Come and celebrate the start of NAIDOC Week at the National Museum of Australia with craft, tours, film and entertainment for the whole family.
Featuring performances by much-loved Indigenous singer/songwriter Warren H Williams and hip-hop duo MajikHoney.
11 am – 3 pm
Find out more at nma.gov.au/naidoc
When: 8 pm, Tuesday 30 June
Where: webinar online
Is our budget and tax system making Australia a better place for all? On the last day of this financial year join Greens finance spokesperson Peter Whish-Wilson for a real debate about the huge concessions that go towards superannuation, capital gains tax and negative gearing.
Cost is $6 and we'll send the log in on the day
What: Love in Canberra - Rally for Marriage Equality
When: 12pm, Sunday 21st June
Where: Garema Place, Canberra
Organisers: GetUp and Australian Marriage Equality