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‘Is wildlife going extinct?’ – screening of the film ‘Animal’

25.08.2023 - 10:39, update 25.08.2023 - 13:37
Editors: OO

Within the series of meetings with ecological films, the screening of the film Animal (dir. Cyril Dion, France, 2022), followed by a discussion, will take place on 5 September 2023 in Kino Roma, Zabrze (ul. Padlewskiego 4). The film tells the story of Bella Lack and Vipulan Puvaneswaran—teenagers devoted to the issue of animal protection—and Jane Goodall, a primatologist known around the world due to her ground-breaking research on chimpanzees.

The meeting will be hosted by Prof. Piotr Skubała from the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Ryszard Kulik, PhD, from the Workshop for All Beings.

The entrance is free. Detailed information about the screening on Facebook.

The meeting is organised by: the Ecological Thought Club, the University of Silesia in Katowice, the Metropolis GZM, and Kino Roma in Zabrze.

„Czy dzikie zwierzęta wyginą?”, 5.09.2023, 17.30 Kino Roma ul. Padlewskiego 4 Zabrze, Projekcja filmu „Animal”, logotypy organizatorów

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