THE SCREENING OF THE BENTLEY EFFECT IN GRAFTON ON MARCH 18 & 19 HAS BEEN CANCELLED BECAUSE OF THE WEATHER.
It will be screened at a later date.
The documentary The Bentley Effect which describes the community fight to stop coal-seam gas and unconventional gas mining in the Northern Rivers of NSW will be screened in Grafton on Saturday 18th (7 pm) and Sunday 19th (2 pm)
This 90-minute film will be screened at The Pelican on Saturday 18th March at 7:00pm with a matinee on Sunday 19th March at 2:00pm.
There will be a Q&A session with Brendan Shoebridge, the Producer/Director, following the film..
The Knitting Nannas will be there in full regalia, selling tea, coffee as an anti-CSG fundraiser.
Tickets are: Adults $15;
Concession and high school students
$12; Children under 12 - Free.
Tickets available at Buckley's Music Grafton as well as online at
:www.thebentleyeffect.com (click on Screenings).
If not sold out, at the door.
'The Bentley Effect' is a film not to be missed. It raises the issue of our basic right to clean, unpolluted air, land and water.