Monday, 24 August 2009

The Cove - playing this Thursday

Local Dunedin surfer Tony Denley has been campaigning hard to raise awareness of the atrocious and unnecessary slaughter of Dolphins in Japan as exposed in the movie
Which is showing at the Rialto in Dunedin on Thursday the 27th of August.
The Cove, an unconventional true-life environmental thriller that brings to light mass killings of dolphins, specifically those exterminated in the Japanese port village of Taiji, south of Osaka.
Article below from "The Star" Dunedin community newspaper 20th August09.

Tony ran a fundraising stall at the Farmers Market on Saturday, canvassing the public to raise awareness of the Dolphin plight, and the work of Sea Shepherd Raffling off a Feestix board

RAFFLE tickets for the board shaped and donated for the cause by Felix Dickson are available at HYDRO surf shop in Dunedin, at a cost of $2 each. The raffle will run until the end of October, where it will be drawn at a music fundraising event at South Coast Boardriders

Above, Julian Temple showing support and performing at the stall at the Farmers Market, with local supporters Steve and Kathryn form the Esplanade Surf School. Tony dressed up in a shark suit (dolphin suit was unavailable).
Tony is asking that as many people as possible go see the film The Cove at the cinema while it is playing.
ODT review Sat, 22 Aug 2009 here
Playing times at The Rialto
Fri 28th August - 12.15pm, 4.10pm, 7.10pm
Sat 29th August - 11am, 1pm, 4.15pm
Sun 30th August - 4.20pm, 6.45pm
Mon 31st Aug - 10.50am, 3.25pm, 6.30pm
Tues 1st Sept - 12.15pm, 4.10pm, 7.10pm
Tues 1st Sept - 12.30pm, 4.25pm, 7.10pm



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