Grey Lynn 2030 Week: Day 2
Tapped the Movie on tonight
In recognition of World Water Day, Grey Lynn 2030 together with EcoMatters Environment Trust and the support of Oxfam and TAPAC are pleased to present an exclusive screening of Tapped the Movie . From the producers of Who Killed the Electric Car this timely documentary is a behind-the-scenes look into the unregulated and unseen world of the water industry.
“With style and nerve and righteous anger, the film exposes the bottled water industry’s role in suckering the public, harming our health, accelerating climate change, contributing to overall pollution, and increasing America’s dependence on fossil fuels. All while gouging consumers with exorbitant and indefensible prices”
Check out the movie preview at www.tappedthemovie.com.
Date: Monday 22 March 2010
Time: The Garnet Station bar & cafe at TAPAC will be open from 6.30pm for refreshments. The movie starts at 7:30pm
Where: TAPAC (the Auckland Performing Arts Centre), 100 Motions Road, Western Springs, Auckland
Tickets: $10 unwaged and students. $15 waged. Door sales only. Please come early.
All proceeds from the movie will be donated to Oxfam’s Water for Survival programme in the Pacific.
Also check out what Oxfam are up to for World Water Day with the Corporate Water Challenge. Plus proceeds from a song from the holiwater project (sold on line at Amplifier) will be donated to Oxfam New Zealand.