Film Screenings: Beating the Bomb and the Economics of Happiness

Two fantastic independent films are screening in inner-Melbourne:

Beating the Bomb is the story about the biggest weapons of mass destruction ever created. It is about the people who use them, more importantly, it is about the people who fight them. Co-director and producer Meera Patel will be at both screenings and available to answer questions afterwards.
Details of screenings:
Wednesday, 20th April 2011, 6.45pm.
Film will begin around 7.15pm at The Town Hall Hotel, 288 Bridge Road, Richmond, Victoria 3121
Tickets: $10/$7 (conc.) ON-LINE, $13/$10 (conc.) at the door. Click here to book. Proceeds to the Red Cross Japan and Pacific disaster appeal.
Wednesday 27th April, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
at Westgarth Palace Cinema, Northcote
Tickets: $25 / $20 (conc),
To book contact Tully McIntyre: or Ph: 0410 388 187. Organised by Friends of the Earth.

The Economics of Happiness

This film explores the concept of relocalisation. ‘Going local’ is a powerful strategy to help repair our fractured world – our ecosystems, our societies and our selves. Far from the old institutions of power, this film shows us people that are starting to forge a very different future.
Tuesday 3 May, 6.30-8pm, Basement Theatre, 198 Berkeley Street (cnr Pelham St), Carlton.
To RSVP click here. Screening is free.