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Animal Defenders International – Film Screening: Dodo Heroes: FIRST TASTE OF FREEDOM + Meet the ADI Founders

Special screening event: Dodo Heroes: FIRST TASTE OF FREEDOM

Plus exclusive Q&A with the Dodo Heroes ADI founders Jan Creamer & Tim Phillips

All funds raised go towards ADI’s rescue work

Follow the joyous and uplifting story of the rescue of spider monkey Pepe: how he was reunited with his own kind and taken home to the forest. Plus, the parallel story of lioness Kiara rescued and reunited with her cubs after the family was torn apart by the circus and the family’s journey home to Africa.

Then meet the leaders of the rescue team.

Previously unseen footage shot by the team behind the award-winning Lion Ark takes you to the heart of the biggest circus rescue ever undertaken­ with over 100 animals rescued in Peru.

Made by Nomadica as part of Animal Planet’s Dodo Heroes series, this will be a very limited opportunity to see this on a big screen and in the company of the people who led the rescue. Jan and Tim will also be coming with updates and a slide show from ADI’s latest rescue mission happening right now in Guatemala.

This is an opportunity not to be missed. Book now!

Vegan drinks and snacks will be available to purchase throughout the evening.

Travel information:

Tube: Wood Green

Nearest Overground: Alexandra Palace

Bus: 29, 67, 121 , 123, 141, 144 , 184, 221, 230, 232 , 243, 329, W3, W4 (Routes in bold are operated by wheelchair accessible buses)

Car: Free on street parking after 6.30pm

Happy Hour 5-7pm on all drinks: Buy 1 Get 1 Half Price

Bar open until 1am for drinks and snacks.
Local Craft Beers on tap.

London Vegan Film Nights

Hello lovely vegans and future vegans, LVFN’s is a new Vegan/AR/film/documentary evening, all the films and documentaries that will be screened will be about Animals Rights or Veganism, some documentaries/films will be about The ALF, The AR movement, veganism and some will be to gain knowledge on health and the environmental impact from eating meat etc, of which is important when talking to non vegans, also please note there might be some parts in some of the films/documentaries that might show graphic scenes.. unfortunately in most AR films and documentaries these are shown to highlight the animals plight…. but I wlll try keep these to a minimum with what is being shown.

And thank you to the lovely Karamel all vegan venue in Wood Green who has kindly allowed us to have a Saturday night slot, this will be an evening for vegans and AR activists to come together, your also welcomed to invite your non vegan friends to this event. There will also be food from all vegan menu, music, and plenty of time to chill after the film has finished, karamel will be open till 1am… Ok, heres what’s happening…

🍕You can order food from the all vegan menu before the film starts and you can arrive at Karamel anytime as it’s open all
day. Please arrive latest 7.15pm and when u arrive please use the side door next to the main doors

🎥 The film… will start at 7.30pm If you arrive late.. there will be food at the bar to buy (pizza slices, sausage rolls etc) to eat whilst the film is on, you can also order food from the kitchen which is open till 10pm… but please be discreet if you choose to do this whilst the film is on. .

🎶 At about 10.30pm when the film finishes there will be music….if there’s a particular song you would like to hear please write it in the comments on this post, and for those that just want to chill and chat…. as said karamel will be open till 1am Free street parking from 6.30pm onward This is a totally FREE screening/evening, but there will be a donation tin, and all contributions will go directly to vegan outreach events, to pay for vegan food tasting samples, vegan cards, banners, equipment etc Look forward to seeing as many of you there 💚 and thanks for all you do to help the animals x

Please only click going if you intend to go so we know the right numbers who will be attending 🙏

FB Page https://www.facebook.com/LondonVeganFilmNights/

Film at Karamel – ‘Women on the verge of a Nervous Breakdown’

Karamel will be screening ‘Women on the verge of a Nervous Breakdown’ on the 17th of April 2014.

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Spanish: Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios) is a 1988 Spanish black comedy-drama film written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar, starring Carmen Maura and Antonio Banderas. The film brought Almodóvar to widespread international attention: it was nominated for the 1988 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and won five Goya Awards including Best Film and Best Actress in a Leading Role for Maura.

Free event, 7:30pm – late.

Film at Karamel – ‘Jindabyne’

From the acclaimed director of ‘Lantana’, Jindabyne will be screened at Karamel on the 20th of March 2014.

Jindabyne is a 2006 Australian drama film by director Ray Lawrence and starring Gabriel Byrne, Laura Linney, Deborra-Lee Furness and John Howard. Jindabyne was filmed entirely on location in and around the town of the same name: Jindabyne, New South Wales, situated next to the Snowy Mountains. The film was written by Beatrix Christian, and was adapted from the Raymond Carver short story, “So Much Water So Close to Home”, which was also the basis for one of the storylines in Robert Altman’s Short Cuts. Carver’s story had been retold in song by Paul Kelly in his song ‘Everything’s Turning to White’, from his 1989 album ‘So Much Water So Close to Home’ and Paul Kelly would go on to write the score to this film as well.

Free Event, doors open from 7pm and screening starts at 7.30pm.

Film at Karamel – ‘Micmacs’

From the director of Amelie and The City of Lost Children, Karamel will be screening Micmacs, a film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet.

“Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a master at visual story telling…” – Aint It Cool News

Free Screening, 7pm – Late.

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