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Environmental Film Festival 2020

Monday 29th June / presented by Bec Bowman

The Environmental Film Festival launched in Australia this weekend with an online screening of The Condor and the Eagle, an American-produced film that follow four First Nations leaders as they travel to unite people from North and South America in the name of climate justice.

The screening forms a part of ‘Caring for Country’, a festival initiative which highlights and celebrates  the important role played by First Nations communities around the world in caring and defending the land.

Tishiko King is organising co-ordinator at the SEED Mob, and she joined Bec Bowman on Artbeat to tell us more about their work and their collaboration with the festival.

Image via effa.org.au

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