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2021 Screenings across Australia!

Happy New Year to all the Wild Things out there.


The documentary had a very successful season in Hobart before Christmas at the State Cinema and we are now gearing up for the National Release of the film.

Screenings will be taking place from January 28th onwards at several cinemas around Australia starting at the Theatre Royale in Castlemaine - home of many of the young teenagers who started the School Strike for Climate Movement.


We will be also screening at the Dendy in New Farm in Brisbane from Jan 29, the Luna in Perth from Jan 30, at the Dendy in Newtown Sydney from Feb 2, the Classic in Melbourne from Feb 3 and the Nova in Melbourne from Feb 4th.


We will be holding special Q&A sessions after each of these screenings with an amazing line up including Dr Bob Brown, activists Dr Lisa Searle and Andy Paine, David Ritter CEO Greenpeace Asia Pacific and Paul Sinclair Campaign Manager ACF (Australian Conservation Foundation).

Screening details are on this website and on the @wildthingsdocumentary Facebook page.

Please buy a ticket and go and see the film. It is a wonderful enriching experience seeing it on the big screen and we guarantee you will be inspired.

SCREENING DETAILS

Wild Things will be screening at the following cinemas from these dates:

  • 7.30pm January 28th - Theatre Royale Castlemaine followed by Q&A with Director Sally Ingleton and climate activists Harriet O’Shea Carre, Milou Albrecht and Callum Neilson Bridgefoot

  • 7.30pm January 29 - Dendy New Farm QLD followed by Q&A with Director Sally Ingleton, Former Greens leader Dr Bob Brown, Frontline Action on Coal Activist Andy Paine, Moderator Debra Beattie Griffith Univ.

  • 7pm January 30 Luna Leederville WA followed by Q&A with Director Sally Ingleton, Former Greens leader Dr Bob Brown, activist Dr Lisa Searle, moderator Dr Cathy Henkel WA Screen Academy

  • 6.45pm Feb 2 - Dendy Newtown NSW followed by Q&A with Director Sally Ingleton, Former Greens leader Dr Bob Brown, activist Dr Lisa Searle and CEO Greenpeace Asia Pacific David Ritter

  • 6.30pm Feb 3 - Classic Elsternwick VIC followed by Q&A with Director Sally Ingleton, Former Greens leader Dr Bob Brown, activist Dr Lisa Searle and Paul Sinclair Campaign Manager ACF, Moderator Arts and Entertainment lawyer Shaun Miller

  • Feb 4th - Cinema Nova Carlton VIC followed by Q&A with Director Sally Ingleton, Former Greens leader Dr Bob Brown, activist Dr Lisa Searle and Paul Sinclair Campaign Manager ACF, Moderator Arts and Entertainment lawyer Shaun Miller

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Wild Things was produced on lands belonging to the Birri, Dja Dja Wurrung, Larrakia, Palawa, Wadawurrung, Wangan and Jagalingou and Wurundjeri people.