A travelling film festival focused on social and environmental justice will be heading to Albury and the Riverina from 19 – 22 July.
Greens MP David Shoebridge, the Albury and Riverina Greens will be hosting the festival, with engaging and entertaining films that will challenge and educate the audiences on the seriousness of climate change, Aboriginal justice and a devastating politically charged murder.
Albury Greens Councillor Amanda Cohn said:
“It’s a great privilege to welcome NSW MP David Shoebridge to our region.
“These films are a fantastic opportunity to bring together locals who are interested in social and environmental justice.
“I look forward to learning more about these issues and having some engaging discussions.” Councillor Cohn said.
Greens MP David Shoebridge said:
“I’m really looking forward to getting down to Albury and the Riverina to tour this film festival focused on social and environmental justice”
“The three films that are touring are all live issues affecting local communities across the state.
“First and foremost these are engaging and entertaining films that will capture the audience, but they also tell compelling stories.
“Whether it’s the urgency of climate change that is everybody’s responsibility, an obligation to work towards justice for our first peoples or simply finding out more about a tragic story in a divided regional area.
“We hope these films will challenge and educate the audience on the seriousness of climate change, Aboriginal justice and a devastating politically charged murder.” Mr Shoebridge said.
Film festival dates:
6pm, Wednesday 19 July, ‘This Changes Everything: Capatalism vs. the Climate’ in Narrandera: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/this-changes-everything-film-screening-tickets-35718627376
6pm, Thursday 20 July, NITV’s ‘Cold Justice’ in Wagga Wagga:
6pm, Friday 21 July, ‘Cultivating Murder’ in Albury: