On Friday 9 October, step into the Hall for the Melbourne premiere of eco-doco ‘Battle in the Bush’, presented by Wild Melbourne.
Wild Melbourne will be joining forces with award-winning filmmaker and ecologist Daniel Hunter to present a night of informative and engaging talks, followed by the film screening.
The film explores Australia’s complex relationship with the dingo, as well as the devastating impacts that foxes and cats have on our precious wildlife. It also offers a potential solution: the Tasmanian Devil.
Trinity College alumna and Community Outreach Manager of Wild Melbourne, Juliet Israel (TC 2010), pictured, is very excited about the film.
‘Wild Melbourne is all about enhancing people’s understanding of native Australian wildlife, science and environmental matters,’ says Juliet.
‘The science in the film is brought down to a very understandable level.’
Wild Melbourne is supported by another College alumn. James Evans (TC 2010) is currently working at KPMG in audit, and is involved with Wild Melbourne’s financial management.
When: Friday 9 October, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Where: Trinity College Dining Hall
Tickets: $10 + booking fee. Book here
Invited speakers include:
- Dr Marissa Parrott: presenting ‘Falling for the Devil: Why we should love our ecosystem angels’
- Dr Tim Doherty: presenting 'Hungry for more: feral cats as agents of extinction’
- Leonardo Guida: presenting ‘Sharks and fishing for the future’
- Daniel Hunter: presenting ‘Battle in the Bush’
More info on Wild Melbourne here