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‘Sacrifice Zone’ and ‘A Simpler Way’ playing at Nonviolence Film Festival

Wednesday, 8 May
1:00 pm
Friday, 10 May
1:00 pm

For the past decade, University of New England’s (UNE) Peace Studies has contributed to peace education by hosting the Nonviolent Film Festival.

This year it opens on Monday 6 May with the acclaimed documentary Shadow World, about the global arms trade. Other films to be shown include Prison Songs, featuring Indigenous inmates seeking to maintain their cultural identity in a Northern Territory prison, and Sacrifice Zone, which explores the unprecedented coalition of farmers, Traditional Owners and conservationists that formed to protect farmlands, sacred sites, forests and the water table from coal mining and coal seam gas.

Screenings of Venezuela: Revolution from Inside Out and A Simpler Way will round out the program, with this final film preceded by drinks and nibbles to celebrate the festival’s 10-year anniversary.

Screenings start each day at 1pm at the Oorala Lecture Theatre at UNE. Entry is free and members of the public are welcome.

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