Category: CEC Movie Club

Climate Changers film screening & Q&A Regent Theatre Murwillumbah

The film ‘Climate Changers’ follows Australian scientist and conservationist Tim Flannery in his global search for leadership on climate change.  Watch the trailer here (link)  “The screening is part of a national event on September 17th, which will see audiences at more than 30 cinemas across the country watch the film together and join a…

Plastic is a forever molecule

Airborne plastic pollution ‘spiralling around the globe’, study finds.  Microplastics ‘significantly contaminating the air’, scientists warn.  We are ingesting up to a credit card amount of plastic each week  (University of Newcastle).  NIST Study Shows Everyday Plastic Products Release Trillions of Microscopic Particles Into Water.  Around 90% of all river-borne plastic that ends up in…

Gondwana Going, Going…Gone?

The David Bradbury video, it’s about the fight to protect NSW native forests from logging, it’s about NEFA et al. From Bulga to Gibberagee. “For activists and forest lovers to spread the word about how NSW state forests (and forests throughout Australia) are being so over-logged and trashed by the NSW Forestry Corporation and private…

Regent Movie: The Message of the Lyrebird

Tweed Landcare is hosting a screening of the award-winning film The Message of the Lyrebird.  Lyrebirds hold the history of the forest in their song… but are they now singing the sad story of human encroachment?  Set in a natural wonderland where an exquisite forest faery has been performing astonishing song and dance routines for 18…

The Murwillumbah Regent Cinema: The Giants – Bob Brown and the Forests, Movie Release Thursday April 20th, and three weekends therafter.

At the Murwillumbah Regent Cinema, …  “The Extraordinary life of Bob Brown intertwined with the story of Australia’s ancient trees.  “… biopic of environmentalist Bob Brown, … The film goes from Bob’s story to the trees’ story – revealing just how closely intertwined they are.   “Australia has one of the highest rates of deforestation in…

CEC Movie Club – ‘ALBATROSS, A Love Story’

The movie ALBATROSS, a film by Chris Jordan. “… a poetic guided tour into the depths of your own spirit. … a message of life and love for nature. … a visual journey into the heart of an astonishingly symbolic environmental tragedy. The Midway Atoll is home to the largest albatross colony in the world.…

New David Bradbury Biomass Film – Please Watch and Share

Whole trees woodchipped and fed into giant furnaces to generate electricity and getting taxpayer subsidies to destroy forests as several people say in this clip, has to be one of the most ‘insane’ ideas currently happening on the Planet. We have to end this scam pronto – David. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=905957046686591

CEC Movie Club: Rob Kooyman – Gondwana, Northern NSW

Rob Kooyman, forest ecologist of note, traces the history of the ancient forests of Gondwana, until now, bringing the focus to the forests here, the forests of Northern NSW. The new 29 min film by Frontier Films (David Bradbury). Proudly presented here in association with the The Caldera Environment Centre. About Rob Kooyman … protected…

Thunberg and Attenborough were at the Regent!

“The story of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is told through compelling, never-before-seen footage in this intimate documentary from Swedish director Nathan Grossman. Starting with her one-person school strike for climate action outside the Swedish Parliament, Grossman follows Greta — a shy student with Asperger’s — in her rise to prominence and her galvanizing global…

‘A Plastic Ocean’ screening in M’bah 29 April

Don’t miss this award-winning film that Sir David Attenborough calls ‘The most important film of our time’, which focuses on the impact of plastic in our oceans, marine life and our own health. To reserve your tickets, please visit the Demand Film Event Page here: https://tickets.demand.film/event/1601. Unlike a traditional movie showing, my Demand Film screening requires…

‘Travelogue of the Tweed’ screening as part of Tweed River Festival

See rare footage of Tweed’s early days 1923 film ‘Travelogue of the Tweed’ screening as part of Tweed River Festival Rare moving images of the Tweed River and surrounding districts will be shown at a special screening of the historic film Travelogue of the Tweed 1923 at Murwillumbah ’s Regent Cinema on Wednesday 28 October. …