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Climate experts at cinematic release of ‘The Endangered Generation?’

Monash University < 1 mins read

The feature documentary The Endangered Generation? is set for its Australia-wide cinematic release.

The Endangered Generation? premieres at Cinema Nova in Melbourne on 4 June before travelling to Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle, Brisbane and Adelaide

Produced by Sweetshop & Green and narrated by renowned actress and producer, Laura Dern, the documentary offers eye-opening insights into the game changing research conducted by Monash University's world-leading academics. 

This Sunday's screening at Cinema Nova includes a Q&A with the Director and collaborators:

  • Celeste Geer
  • Professor Brian Martin
  • Dr Kudzai Kanhutu
  • Juan Carlos Monterrey Gómez

The screening in Canberra on Monday includes a conversation with a panel of climate, science and policy experts:

  • Karlie Noon
  • Professor Rod Glover
  • Daisy Jeffery
  • Professor Hilary Bambrick

See more on the documentary website.



The Endangered Generation? documentary website
The Endangered Generation? trailer
The Endangered Generation? film stills


The feature documentary The Endangered Generation? is set for its Australia-wide cinematic release. Secure tickets now.


4 June: Melbourne, Cinema Nova Carlton

5 June: Sydney, Dendy Cinemas Newtown

5 June: Newcastle, Event Cinemas Kotara

5 June: Canberra, Dendy Cinemas Canberra

6 June: Brisbane, Dendy Cinemas Corparoo

See here for screening information.

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