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New doco UNITY has a BIG question to ask ...

New doco UNITY has a BIG question to ask ...

Posted 27 July 2015   by Amy         Permalink | Be the first to comment

Tags: Unity, movie, documentary

This epic documentary is about to hit screens across Australia with an aim to get people to see the world through new eyes. Here's the trailer:

I got to see a preview of UNITY and the message is plain and simple, yet something that we too often forget: We all exist on this earth, we all experience joy and we all suffer. So why do we tend to focus on our differences instead of what unites us? Are we doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past? Or can we open our eyes (and hearts) and learn to truly love ourselves, our planet and our fellow species?

Not the same. But equal.

From the writer and director of EARTHLINGS, UNITY is told by 100 different narrators, including Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Aniston, Dr. Dre, Geoffrey Rush, Selena Gomez, Aaron Paul and Jaoquin Phoenix. With a message that's close to our hearts, we were delighted when Mushroom Pictures asked Animals Australia to partner with them for the launch of UNITY in Australia.

See UNITY on the big screen:

UNITY hits cinemas worldwide on August 12. Sessions are scheduled for VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA, ACT and TAS. Click here to find a session time near you.

In Sydney? WIN a double pass!

We're giving away 25 double passes to the Sydney preview of UNITY on August 3. Click here to enter!


PLEASE NOTE: UNITY is a deeply thought provoking film that is not afraid to challenge its audience. It contains images of human and animal suffering that may be confronting for some viewers. It is not suitable for children.

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