In April 2015, over 70 photographers, filmmakers, musicians and artists journeyed into the Tarkine to document and interpret its wild, scenic beauty as never before. From that weekend comes this stunning 55-minute documentary portrait of this threatened wilderness and the creative minds working to save it.
Curated by Tasmanian wilderness photographer and film maker, Dan Broun and the Bob Brown Foundation, Tarkine In Motion is a multi-platform project culminating in film, concerts and exhibitions of art created in the heart of the Tarkine, one of the last great wilderness areas on the planet.
To see the Tarkine is to want to save it. Produced by the Bob Brown Foundation with the support of Patagonia, this short film showcases the spectacular landscapes of takayna/Tarkine.
Interviewed in the film, Bob Brown observes that in the next handful of years the fate of takayna/Tarkine will be decided - protected for all time as a World Heritage Area, a treasure trove of Aboriginal heritage and spectacular wilderness, or dug up and hacked down for a few quick bucks.
Featuring breathtaking drone footage of the coastline, forests, rivers and mountains, this film challenges us all to visit the Tarkine and not be moved to want to save it.
Your ticket price includes dinner at Govindas Restaurant where they put a sophisticated spin on the traditional buffet. Govindas focuses on serving fresh & local produce while paying homage to some of India’s culinary diversity. As one of Sydneys' first plant-based restaurants they pride themselves on offering an ethical & unique vegan/vegetarian experience.
5.30pm: Doors open/Dinner
6.20pm: Introduction to the film and THC
7.30pm: Option for Dinner after Movie (only available for those who did not eat before)
Govindas is 5 mins walk from Kings Cross train station.
There is ticketed street parking in surrounding streets.
(includes film and dinner!)
Adults = $40
112 Darlinghurst Rd
Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
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