The story of the Great Barrier Reef based on 10,000 dives
This film takes us on a journey of the worlds largest ecosystem and the fight to save the Great Barrier Reef.
Join Queensland documentary filmmaker Lin Sutherland, exhibitors and guest speakers on the Q&A panel.
The film’s purpose is not about pointing fingers or looking at one view but to create a big picture conversation plan based on science and facts as best one can do in a complex world.
Organizations’ such as Sea Shepherd, Australian Conservation Foundation and World Wildlife Fund have all been involved in the production along with leading scientists and environmental experts, and are strongly supporting this film.
Documentary filmmaker Lin Sutherland is one of Australia’s leading natural documentary producers. She has completed 65 environmentally based TV shows – each having aired to commercial audiences through networks like Channel 9 and Discovery with National networks in USA, NZ, Russia, Asia, Europe and South America also showing her series.
Sutherland says, “My eyewitness accounts of the environmental changes affecting the Great Barrier Reef span over 20 years of diving and filming before the environment became a sexy word. This film documents my quest while interviewing leading experts to understand why.”
When: Thursday, November 22, 2018, 6.30 pm – 9 pm
Where: Gympie Civic Centre
Tickets: $15 Buy online here
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