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From Executive Producer Martin Sheen, THE MAP TO PARADISE is an adventure-filled and spectacularly gorgeous tale about the birth of the global movement to protect the sea.

 

From underwater worlds of ice to glistening coral sanctuaries, discover what it takes to build a movement and to create positive change.

 

Filmed across six continents, the filmmakers have set out to challenge the mainstream narrative of hard-hitting environmental documentaries with a “doom and gloom” message, and replace it with one of hope and courage. Along the way, we meet a prince, a president, a pirate, and also an island chief — among others — who are all playing a role in the quest to save the planet.

 

Mixing colourful character-driven stories and hand-rendered animations, THE MAP TO PARADISE is a rare urgent environmental wake-up call that retains a sense of awe and wonder for the kind of beauty that is still possible.

 

Film introduction and post-film Q&A included at the below locations:

 

Doors open 6.20pm | Introduction + Film 6.30pm | Q&A with local experts on ‘keeping places wild' 8.10-8.40pm

 

Innaloo
Q&A with Marine Scientist Dr. Ben Fitzpatrick, who championed the creation of a Mission Blue Hope Spot for Ningaloo Reef & the Exmouth Gulf.

 

Indooroopilly

Q&A on ‘keeping places wild’ with Laura Hahn, National Parks Association Queensland & Professor Justin Marshall, Chief Investigator, Coral Watch / University of Queensland
 

Townsville

Q&A on ‘keeping places wild’ with Professor Garry Russ, Marine Biologist, James Cook University & John Day, Phd Candidate James Cook University. Co-hosted with Plastic Free Townsville.
 

Bondi Junction

Co-Hosted with Plastic Free Bronte & National Parks Association NSW. Q&A with David Stead, President of National Parks Association NSW, about the urgent need to protect the sea in NSW.
 

Maroochydore

Q&A on ‘keeping places wild’ with Stefanie Fishel, Lecturer - Environmental Politics, University of the Sunshine Coast
 

Pacific Fair

Q&A on ‘keeping places wild’ with Dr. Norm Duke, Mangrove Ecologist, Mangrove Watch / James Cook University & Jaime Kruusmaa, Reef Check.
 

Smithfield

Q&A with Hans Ullrich, PADI Asia Pacific, who has an interesting story to share about helping to set up Palau’s national enforcement activities of its marine sanctuary.
 

Casuarina

Q&A on ‘keeping places wild’ with Shar Molloy, Director, Environment Centre NT + retired commercial fisherman Lloyd Beck + James Fowler, Australian Marine Conservation Society.
 

Kotara

Q&A on ‘keeping places wild’ with the filmmakers & local ocean anti-plastics campaigner, Vanessa Heffernan of Untrashy.
 

Glenelg

Q&A with Professor Rob Fowler, Environment Law, University of South Australia & Dr. Cristian Monaco, Marine Scientist, University of Adelaide, on the importance of protecting the sea & the idea of creating an Oceans Act for Australia.
 

Coffs Harbour

Q&A on ‘keeping places wild’ - speaker TBC.
 

Cronulla

Co-hosted on ‘keeping places wild’ with SO Shire, Sutherland Shire Environment Centre & National Parks Association NSW. Q&A with oceans campaigner, Sarah-Jo Lobwein from SO Shire, and Sharnie Connell, an ocean campaigner from the Northern Beaches.
 

Rockhampton
Q&A on keeping places wild - speaker TBC.

 

 

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Learn how to get involved in the movement to #RestoreParadise & #KeepPlacesWild: www.themaptoparadise.com/event

 

*Online booking fee applies. Select locations only.

^Based on the reward benefit for standard admission. Rewards points cannot be redeemed for Special Screenings & Events. 

DATE: Limited sessions from September 25

PRICE: Members Tickets $18* | Non-members $20* 

 

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