GMCT recently hosted a screening of ‘A Will for the Woods’ at Donkey Wheel House, supporting people to start conversations about pre-planning and informed, sustainable end of life choices.
'A Will for the Woods' follows Clark Wang, a man dying of lymphoma, as he attempts to figure out the most environmentally friendly form of burial. This quest leads to an exploration of green technology, as well as a philosophical discussion around the idea of returning to the earth upon death.
This award-winning documentary has been shown at film festivals such as the San Francisco Film Festival and the New Orleans Film Festival.
The event also featured a discussion panel facilitated by our CEO Jacqui Weatherill.
The panel members were:
- Amy Browne, co-director and producer of ‘A Will for the Woods’
- Pia Interlandi from the Natural Death Advocacy Network
- Dr Tammy Kohn, a researcher in digital media and online memorialisation from Melbourne University.
This mix of knowledge and experience made for a fascinating discussion and GMCT hopes to continue to facilitate informative, sensitive and enjoyable engagement on these important topics.
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GMCT CEO Jacqui Weatherill (above) facilitated the discussion.