We’re excited to be premiering a new short film that focuses on a series of radical food activism projects our office supported in 2020. It tells the story of how urban farms, community orchards, seedling hubs and edible verge gardens have proliferated around Kurilpa, Woolloongabba and Bennung-Urrung as a community response to crisis. We’ll also be showing a couple of other short films about activism and community-building, including this great new film People Power vs Adani - The Fight of our Times. Optional BYO Potluck dinner at 5.30pm - screen showings from 6.30pm - 8.30pm. Grab a picnic blanket, BYO snacks and drinks, and join us for a beautiful summer's evening for a free outdoor movie night in Raymond Park, Kangaroo Point (near KP’s new community orchard and urban farm which are featured in the film). BYO refreshments, nibbles, picnic blankets, cushions. Most of the movies range in length from 10 minutes to 30 minutes, and we’ll wrap up around 8:30pm. This project has taken place on Aboriginal land, and we pay our respects to the right custodians and owners of this place. The Gabba Ward office works within and against a settler government on the unlawfully occupied lands of the Jagera, Yugara, Yugarapul, and Turrbal Nations. Sovereignty was never ceded. This event will comply with all covid-safe event guidelines. Please stay home if you have any flu symptoms or if you have recently been exposed to someone who might have had covid-19. We encourage attendees to spread out and maintain safe distances from other groups.
December 05, 2020 at 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Gabriel The Gabba Ward Office, BCC
Kangaroo Point, QLD 4169
The Adani Group wants to rebrand itself as a leader on climate change and clean energy. But there’s a big problem - Adani are mining, handling, and burning record volumes of coal - the number one driver of the climate crisis.