Anima Mundi screening June 24
We hope you can make it to a preview screening of Anima Mundi, a new documentary which features a permablitz in Melbourne, along side some big names in the sustainability movement. It’s on Friday, 24 June 2011 at Ceres in Brunswick East. Permaculture co-originator David Holmgren and Adam Grubb from Very Edible Gardens and permablitz will be there with filmmaker Peter Charles Downey on the night for discussions at the end. We hope to see you there!
The Merri Table & Bar open from 6pm.
Film start time 7.30pm
David Holmgren – co-founder of Permaculture
John Seed – Deep Ecology
Stephan Harding – Gaian Ecology
Vandana Shiva – Human Rights
Michael C Ruppert – Peak Oil (as seen in the movie Collapse)
Michael Reynolds – Earthships (as seen in the movie Garbage Warrior)
Noam Chomsky – Activism
Dr Mark O’Meadhra – Integrative Medicine
Dr Christine James – Psychology
Permablitz – Permaculture
“This is an unbelievably enlightening, refreshing and inspiring look at our immediate world from a Gaian viewpoint. The crises and challenges of our time are seen from the perspective of a living planet, then woven with compellingly clear explanations and insights from a broad, global palette of writers, thinkers and activists who show us that Mother Earth is indeed a living thing and that she will respond when treated as such.” Michael C Ruppert.
David Holmgren and Adam Grubb will be available for discussion at the end.
Tickets available from CERES Visitor Centre (9389 0100) $10/$8 conc.