This is a special event highlighting Cathy Henkel and her award-winning eco documentary, The Burning Season.
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 2 · 7:00pm – 10:30pm
Venue: Show Room, Post-Museum, 107+109 Rowell Rd
There are two ticket options:
– $50 (Dinner with Cathy + Screening and Q&A)
– $15 (Screening and Q&A)
Dinner will be served in Food #03-BenBino’s at 7pm, while the screening and Q&A will commence at 8.15pm.
Tickets on sale from 21 Oct in Food #03-BenBino’s. For more info, call 63963798.
ABOUT CATHY HENKEL
Cathy Henkel works as a producer, writer and director of documentaries, online and interactive content. Her Brisbane-based company, Virgo Productions, produced the award-winning cinema version of The Burning Season (IF Award 2008; Canada International Film Festival, Rising Star Award 2010; nominated for Gold Panda, Australian Directorʼs Guild and Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary on a Business Topic). The film launched at Tribeca Film Festival in New York, screened in select cinemas around Australia and was released on DVD in April 2010.
In 2009 Cathy was awarded Documentary Producer of the Year at SPAA for her work on The Burning Season. Cathy has completed a PhD at Queensland University of Technology on development of screen industries in regional areas.
ABOUT THE BURNING SEASON
Every year deliberately lit fires rage across Indonesia. They destroy pristine rainforest, endanger orang utans and contribute to climate change. Emmy Award nominated film-maker Cathy Henkel follows carbon trading entrepreneur Dorjee Sun as he goes in search of a solution. This uplifting and inspiring story is narrated by Hugh Jackman and features Al Gore and Arnold Schwarzenegger. The Burning Season has screened to sold out audiences in New York, Paris, St. Tropez, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and continues to attract audiences at corporate and community screenings and festivals across the globe.
“Every year, there is one outstanding documentary that you cannot miss, that people will talk about because of its significant to the planet’s future. This coming year, The Burning Season is that documentary.” – Hugh Jackman
“As inspiring as ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ was frightening.” – VARIETY Magazine