This month Cobargo Docos have two doco screenings, Saturday October 5th, Doco in the Wandella Bush, and the regular monthly screening , Sunday 20th in The Old Cobargo Butter Factory.
Cobargo Docos invites you on Saturday October 5th, to an outdoor screening in the bush of Wild Plants, a feature documentary by Nicolas Humbert.
1620 Wandella Rd, Wandella NSW 2550
We’ll start the screening at dusk, get together from 5pm, bring a plate and drink to share and a blanket to sit on or keep warm!
Wild Plants: The revolution starts from the ground up
by Nicolas Humbert
The term 'wild plants' is a reference to vegetation that seeds itself in fallow and abandoned land and creates new habitats. This documentary is a dreamlike portrayal of the people who make something similar happen - activists and idealists who are creating their own botanical utopias. The key word, the driving force behind their micro revolution (with macro consequences) is the Earth, seen as a fundamental resource and universal food for the body and above all the spirit.
Sunday, October 20th will be the next monthly community documentary screening in the Old Cobargo Butter Factory at 3.30pm
Freedom for the wolf by Rupert Russell
"Freedom for the wolves has often meant death to the sheep."
Democracy is in crisis. A new generation of elected leaders are dismantling freedom and democracy as we know it.
Filmed over three years in five countries, Freedom for the Wolf is an epic investigation into this new regime of illiberal democracy. From the young students of Hong Kong, to a rapper in post-Arab Spring Tunisia and the viral comedians of Bollywood, we discover how people from every corner of the globe are fighting the same struggle. They are fighting against elected leaders who trample on human rights, minorities, and their political opponents.
A ground-breaking original statement on the status quo of global politics, Freedom for the Wolf is the first film that provides the global context for understanding the Trump phenomenon.
Coffee and tea provided - Bring your own mug ;-) To cover the costs a $5 donation is much appreciated. Please come in big numbers to keep more documentary screenings possible!
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