Movies that Matter: Guarding the Galilee
Movies that Matter is a monthly program of sustainability-themed movies – always on the 2nd Tuesday of the month in the Macedon Ranges. For 2017 we have organised a wonderful program of films to achieve a mix of thought-provoking, educating, motivating and inspiring stories about our planet, the threats it faces and the people working to implement sustainable solutions.
- Venue: Victoria Hotel, High St, Woodend, go up the stairs to the left of where food is ordered.
- Time: Movie starts at 7.30pm. Come from 6.30pm onwards to enjoy a meal before or during the movie. Order your meal or drink at the bar then head on upstairs. Visit Vic Hotel Woodend.
- Admission: A small donation to finance accessing the films for the year.
In September the movie is Guarding the Galilee:
Filled with stories from the front lines of the proposed Adani coal mine, Guarding of the Galilee captures the raw beauty of the Queensland outback, where Adani's mine threatens essential water resources, and so much more.
Presented by Queensland born actor Michael Caton, Guarding the Galilee is a 30 minute documentary on the battle to stop the biggest coal mine in Australian history, Adani’s Carmichael project. The award-winning documentary team captures the raw beauty of the Queensland outback, where Adani’s mine threatens essential water resources. Just downstream from the proposed mine, a grazier fears for the impact on the river that quenches the thirst of his cattle, and flows to the Coral Sea. On the coast, a boat owner operating out of the Airlie Beach tourist hotspot worries about hundreds of extra ships steaming through the Great Barrier Reef each year. Meet these and many others engaged in the fight and find out what mining billionaire Guatam Adani has planned for Australia.