Food Inc – NZ Movie Premiere – Wed Oct 14th

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Grey Lynn 2030 are pleased to announce our next movie night. We are showing FOOD Inc. , so if eating good food is something you like to do, then please read on.

Here is our food inc  poster food inc grey lynn a4 Poster Oct 14 for the event if you would like to help us publicise the film.

(It is an A4 sized pdf version which you can print out.)

Here is the Trailer link or view below

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2sgaO44_1c&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

and here is a review of the film from Variety

We are going to make a night of it…and celebrate with some of our local businesses.
Wednesday October 14th
Bridgeway Theatre
122 Queen St,
Northcote

Complimentary bottle of Monteiths Apple Cider and canapes before the film.

Doors open at 8.00 for drinks, snack, chat and spot prizes and then the movie will get going around 8.30.

We have been kindly donated the following spot prizes which you have a chance of winning from the (hopefully lucky) number on your ticket.

-Annual subscription to Good Magazine

– Yoga clothing from We.ar.it
Ecostore Cleaning Products – No nasty chemicals-

Two of our local cafes will be tempting you with canapes.
We thank and hope you will continue to support
The Little Grocer and Savour and Devour
Our Grey Lynn Farmers Market coffee provider and organic food producer  Kokako are providing some of their “naughty nibbles”.  Jones the Grocer are bringing a platter of local cheeses for you to sample. Naked Organics are turning up with their chunky and moorish dips for us to try.

Gifts for Biz has given us a treats box to raffle on the night which I will put with the  Christmas Cake donated from Jones the Grocer

Once again the good guys at our local wine shop The Wine Vault are organising the ticketing for us. No door sales. Either call in to the Wine Vault, 453 Richmond Road (West Lynn shops) to get your ticket or buy it on line. Click here.
With the money we made from our last movie night, Grey Lynn 2030 used this to build the new fence for the Wilton St Community Garden, pay for a banner and other signage that we need to use at the Farmers Market, Grey Lynn Festival and other events we are invited to attend.

The funds we make can further our work with environmental projects in our community.

So, please bring your family (the film is a PG), bring your friends, see a great and thought-provoking film, and support Grey Lynn 2030 while you’re at it!

Thanks so much to our supporting sponsors.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Very pleased to support Food Inc and Grey Lynn 2030. Gifts4biz will be providing a box of goodies. New Zealand made food items from the Essential Deli in Mt Eden. Come along to the night and you will be enjoying these delcious treats.

  2. The film looks interesting, but have you noticed that the poster says “Thursday, 14th Oct.”? The 14th is a Wednesday, so this will be confuse people. In this post, you say that it’s on Wednesday, so I’ll take that as the correct date.

    Also, I think it’s always a good idea to add the year to any date that appears in published material, again to prevent any confusion. If someone sees this poster next year, he might think the film will actually be shown in 2010 — especially as 14 October 2010 _is_ a Thursday.

  3. hey, how do you get tickets to this? I had a look on the Bridgeway website, but couldn’t see.

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