Alick and Albert Screening

Q & A Screening Saturday 20th November

This special Q&A screening is in support of Toondah Alliance - the many environmental groups devoted to protecting the environment of Quandamooka/Moreton Bay.

A percentage of each ticket sold will go to marine conservation.

There will be 3 guest speakers holding a Q&A at the end of the film.

RUNNING TIME: 1hr 32m,
STARRING: Prince Albert of Monaco, Alick Tipoti
DIRECTED BY: Douglas Watkin
GENRE: Documentary
DISTRIBUTOR: Antidote Films
SYNOPSIS: His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, who is known for his efforts to tackle climate change and his commitment to protect the marine environment, visited Alick Tipoti and his family at his home on remote Badu Island in the Torres Strait, in Queensland. The meeting formed part of a new feature documentary for cinema, Alick and Albert, which also includes stories of the Badulgal people of Badu and the Monégasque people of Monaco. This is a film about two communities on opposite sides of the planet, Monaco and Badu Island, which are concerned by climate change and the many threats to the future of the Ocean.

Tickets $20 each

Film to begins at 4:00pm.