The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust invites you to join a conversation about sustainable end of life choices at our screening of the acclaimed documentary film 'A Will for the Woods'.
'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.
Following the screening, a Q&A session will take place with the film’s producer Amy Browne.
Saturday 27 February
6pm for a 6.30pm start
Donkey Wheel House, 673 Bourke St, Melbourne
Light refreshments will be provided.
Attendance is free but bookings are essential. Simply click here to secure your place.
This event is part of the Sustainable Living Festival, which runs from 6-28 February. The festival will include a special event titled 'A Green Final Wish' exploring natural burial, presented and facilitated by Annie Bolitho, celebrant, lecturer and member of The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust Community Advisory Committee. Click here for more information.
For further enquiries please contact GMCT Community Engagement and Events Coordinator Laura Stubbings on 03 9355 3181 or Lstubbings@gmct.com.au.