350.org Canberra and the ANU Environment Collective are excited to present a screening of the feature film Black Hole followed by a short Q&A session on the upcoming trip to the Shenhua Harvest Festival (6 – 8 Nov).
Tickets: $7 ANU Students / $20 Standard
Set against the backdrop of an ever increasing thirst for fossil fuels by the extractive industry and the Australian government. Black Hole is an intensely riveting exposé of the ongoing battle to save the last of an endangered woodland forest from being cleared to make way for the most controversial largest open cut coal mine in production in Australia.
Black Hole examines the future of coal, corporate responsibility and the rights governments afford to people vs polluters.
If you’re keen to show your support for the farmers and Indigenous peoples of the Liverpool Plains (the front line of the Shenhua Mine campaign) or want to find out how you can help, come along!
Note: the cheap tickets for ANU students are courtesy of the ANU Environment Collective as part of their Climate Awareness week.