Free Film and Food Event: ‘Dominion’

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Join us for a FREE screening of this astounding film, followed by a delicious FREE supper! 🙂

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Dominion presents high-quality footage from hundreds of recent investigations into animal use across Australia, captured by drones, hidden & handheld cameras over a seven year period, and explores six primary facets of our interaction with animals: companions, wildlife, scientific research, entertainment, clothing and food.

Written, produced, and directed by Aussie Farms founder Chris Delforce, this revelatory film gives viewers a deep insight into some of the ‘industry norms’ of animals industries, and removes the veil of secrecy surrounding them.

With narration by celebrity voices including Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara, and co-produced by director of ‘Earthlings' Shaun Monson, Dominion exposes the dark underbelly of our use of animals and questions the morality and validity of our dominion over the animal kingdom.

The Food
We are very grateful to our food supporter Funky Pies, who are donating some of their products for tasting at this event. Find out more about them via the link below:
Purchase at Funky Pies Bondi and selected health food stores.

Sourced in the heart of the South American cocoa producing areas of either Peru or Ecuador, the beans from Bennetto chocolate are carefully cultivated by small scale farming groups who champion gender equality, young farmer training and reforestation in the Amazon. Bennetto then partners with a Swiss chocolate maker who offsets all CO2 produced by planting additional timber trees in the area.

The native birds of South America, gracing the recyclable packaging are to remind people there is delicate ecosystem that lies behind every chocolate bar.

This is chocolate to feel good about – certified organic, Fairtrade, carbon neutral and with simple natural ingredients.

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Getting there:
Nearest train station: Circular Quay (5 mins walk)

Nearest parking:
We recommend to use metered street parking or catch a train, as all nearby parking stations close at 9pm, however the film won't finish until about 9.15pm.

There is wheelchair access to the auditorium and reception rooms via Phillip Lane, at the rear of the building. Please contact RAHS on (02) 9247 8001 to arrange access.


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Event Info:

This event will take place on 2019-05-14 07:00pm at Royal Australian Historical Society, 133 Macquarie Street, Sydney, Australia 2000.

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