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Inspiring New Doco: The Burning Season

Inspiring New Doco: The Burning Season

Posted 7 July 2009   by Jesse         Permalink | 4 Comments

Tags: documentary, orangutans, environment, video

If you're thinking of catching a flick this week, you might like to check out the new Aussie doco "The Burning Season" (starting 9th July). Narrated by Hugh Jackman, this film follows the young Aussie entrepreneur, Dorjee Sun, in his efforts to save the Indonesian rainforest and the orangutans who live.

The trailer looks fantastic. Who doesn't like an inspiring story of someone changing the world!

While you're waiting for the film's release, you might also want to check out the accompanying website. The site offers ten practical ways that anyone can help the planet. It's good to see reducing meat consumption makes a mention.

If you catch the film, I'd love to hear what you think.

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april-san april-san 11 July 2009
1
too bad the only cinema showing this in my state is on the other side of the city sad
hopefully it will end up in the video rental shop!
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Shirley Shirley 13 July 2009
2
id love to see this film. trailor looks really good
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Jackie Jackie 19 July 2009
3
I'd love to see this - looks really good!

I'll probably have to wait until it comes out on DVD though - we don't really get a lot of docos or arts films around here sad
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april-san april-san 30 August 2009
4
aha! I found a cinema that's not too far away that's having a one-off showing of the doco on Wednesday! Yes! I'm going, can't wait!
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