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Discount for Environmental Film Festival Australia events

Discount for Environmental Film Festival Australia events

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Thanks to the strong relationship between LIV Environmental Issues Committee and the Environmental Film Festival Australia, the Committee has organised a series of discount offers for LIV members to help them attend some film festival events.

The discounts are offered for:

Opening Night - Into the Okavango, Thursday 11 October, 6.30pm

The Environmental Film Festival Australia opens on Thursday 11 October with National Geographic's Into the Okavango. Travel through down the incredible Okavango Delta in Angola, Botswana and Namibia with intrepid scientists and explorers as they fight to protect one of the last great wilderness areas on Earth. EFFA Opening Night will include a post-film celebration with refreshments and canapés.

LIV members are offered a 10% discount. Use the promotional code EFFAIO10% at the checkout to receive discounted tickets.

Tickets can be purchased here

 

The Devil We Know - Saturday 13 October, 2.15pm

Environmental Film Festival Australia - www.effa.org.au

A compelling documentary investigation into one of the biggest environmental scandals of our time, The Devil We Know, studies the impact of a biopersistent chemical used in the creation of Teflon. A group of concerned and impacted citizens in West Virginia take on DuPont, the mega-corporation at the centre of this story. Join expert panelists after the screening as they unpick the health claims and legal ramifications of the film.

LIV members are offered a discounted ticket to this film. Use the code EFFATDWE13 at the checkout to receive $13 tickets.

Tickets can be purchased here.

 

Anote's Ark - Monday 15 October, 6.15pm

Environmental Film Festival Australia - www.effa.org.au

With indomitable spirit, gentle strength and charm, the Kiribati people have become the face of climate change, imploring us to contemplate the crisis of rapidly submerging nations, and the associated impacts on cultural identity. This film follows the extraordinary climate change advocacy and influence of former Kiribati president Anote Tong, as he brings international attention to the plight of the rapidly submerging island nation. President Anote Tong is a guest of the festival and will be in conversation after the film in a special Q&A hosted by ABC Triple J Hack's Jo Lauder.

LIV are offered a discounted ticket to this film. Use the code EFFAAA1650 at the checkout to receive $16.50 tickets.

Ticket can be purchased here

 


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