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‘The End of The Line’ Documentary

Imagine an ocean without fish. Imagine your meals without seafood. Imagine the global consequences. This is the future if we do not stop, think and act.

The End Of The Line is the world’s first major documentary about the devastating effect of overfishing and examines the imminent extinction of bluefin tuna, brought on by increasing western demand for sushi; the impact on marine life resulting in huge overpopulation of jellyfish; and the profound implications of a future world with no fish that would bring certain mass starvation.

Filmed over two years, The End of the Line follows the investigative reporter Charles Clover as he confronts politicians and celebrity restaurateurs, who exhibit little regard for the damage they are doing to the oceans.

Download a free Sustainable Seafood Pocket Guide from the Australian Marine Conservation Society.

Australian Screening Times

10 May 2010 Onwards

NSW

Dendy Byron Bay:
Thursday 13 May 10.00am, 7.00pm
Friday 14 May 10.30am, 2.45pm, 7.00pm
Saturday 15 May 9.45am, 3.15pm, 7.30pm
Sunday 16 May 10.30am, 3.15pm, 7.15pm
Monday 17 May 10.30am, 2.45pm, 7.00pm
Tuesday 18 May 10.30am, 2.45pm, 7.00pm
Wednesday 19 May 10.30am, 2.45pm, 7.00pm

Dendy Newtown
Ritz Cinema, Randwick (May 16 only)

Special Q&A sessions and screenings will be held at:

Location: Dendy Newtown
Date and time: Thursday 13 May at 6.30pm
Featuring: Genevieve Quirk, Greenpeace Oceans Campaigner.

Location: Ritz Cinema, Randwick
Date and time: Sunday May 16, 2.00pm
Featuring: Dr Linda Selvey, Greenpeace CEO and Paul Sheridan from Save Our Marine Life

Location: Dendy Byron Bay
Date and time: Thursday May 13,  7.00pm
Featuring: Dr Cat Dorey, Greenpeace UK Oceans Campaigner and marine biologist.

Victoria

Cinema Nova, Carlton, Melbourne

A special Q&A session and screening will be held at:

Location: Cinema Nova, Carlton
Date and time: Saturday May 15, 4.30pm
Featuring: Genevieve Quirk, Greenpeace Oceans Campaigner and Felicity Wishart, National Marine Campaigner, The Wilderness Society

South Australia

Mercury Cinema, Adelaide:

Thursday 13 May 9.00pm – Special Sneak Preview
Friday 21 May 7.00pm, 8.45pm
Saturday 22 May 4.00pm plus Q&A with Greenpeace & The Wilderness Society
Sunday 23 May 5.30pm, 7.15pm
Friday 28 May 7.00pm, 8.45pm
Saturday 29 May 7.00pm, 8.45pm
Sunday 30 May 5.30pm, 7.15pm

A special Q&A session and screening will be held at:

Location: Mercury Cinema, Adelaide
Date and time: Saturday May 22, 4.00pm
Featuring: Genevieve Quirk, Greenpeace Oceans Campaigner and Peter Owen, Head of Campaigns, The Wilderness Society

Queensland

Dendy Portside, Brisbane:
Tuesday 11 May 6.30pm
Wednesday 12 May 7.15pm

A special Q&A session and screening will be held at:

Location: Dendy Portside, Brisbane
Date and time: Tuesday May 11, 6.30pm
Featuring: Genevieve Quirk, Greenpeace Oceans Campaigner and Nicola Temple, Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) Coral Sea Campaigner

Western Australia

Cinema Paradiso Northbridge (May 10 and 12 only)
Sun Cinemas Broome

A special Q&A sessions and screenings will be held at:

Location: Sun Cinemas Broome
Date and time: Friday May 14, 6.30pm
Featuring: Martin Pritchard, Director Of Environs Kimberley

Location: Cinema Paradiso, Northbridge
Date and time: Wednesday May 12, 6.30
Featuring: Tim Nicol, Marine Campaigner, Conservation Council of Western Australia

Tasmania

State Cinema, Hobart

A special Q&A session and screening will be held at:

Location: State Cinema, Hobart
Date and time: Thursday May 13, 8.30pm
Featuring: Michelle Grady, Marine Manager at the Pew Environment Group; a member of Save Our Marine Life

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