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Film: Defend Conserve Protect With Short Film Bulletproof Ashley: December 5 6:30pm – 8:30pm: Scotty’s Cinema Raymond Terrace

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Narrated by Dan Aykroyd Defend, Conserve, Protect pits the marine conservation group, Sea Shepherd – a passionate group of eco-activists – against the Japanese whaling fleet, in an epic battle to defend the majestic Minke whales of the Southern Ocean.

RATING: PG (mild themes and animal slaughter)
SYPNOSIS: Narrated by Dan Aykroyd Defend, Conserve, Protect pits the marine conservation group, Sea Shepherd – a passionate group of eco-activists – against the Japanese whaling fleet, in an epic battle to defend the majestic Minke whales of the Southern Ocean. These noble, curious Minkes are easy prey for the Japanese, who claim to kill in the name of science – an assertion that has been widely discredited outside Japan for years. At the helm of Sea Shepherd is 28-year old Captain Peter Hammarstedt who
carries with him the resolve of Melville’s Captain Ahab – only Hammarstedt hunts the whaling ships not the whales. This is the incredible true story of what happens when a small group of determined people stand up against an aggressive corporation flagrantly defying international law.
DIRECTOR: STEPHEN AMIS
PRODUCERS: STEPHEN AMIS, JEFF HANSEN and OMAR TODD
CAST:
DAN AYKROYD as the voice of the whales
CAPTAIN PAUL WATSON
CAPTAIN PETER HAMMARSTEDT
CAPTAIN SIDDHARTH CHAKRAVARTY
CAPTAIN LUIS MANUEL DE PINHO
CAPTAIN JEAN YVES TERLAIN
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Q&A’s with Acting Coordinator Sea Shepherd Hunter & Central Coast
Karina Micheli, and Ashley Treseder from Bulletproof: Ashley.

Continue the conversation with drinks and canapés.

SHORT FILM: BULLETPROOF: ASHLEY
RATING: Unclassified
RUNTIME: 26 mins
SYNOPSIS: In January 2019, 30-year-old Ashley Treseder dove off a pier at Shoal Bay in NSW, broke his neck, and became a C4 tetraplegic. After six months of rehabilitation, Ash is starting from scratch in his new home with the support of family and friends.
DIRECTOR: Ramon Te Wake
PRODUCER: Rachale Davies
CAMERA: Tom West
SOUND:  Peter Graf
EDITOR: Laura McBeath