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​Rise of the Eco-Warriors Documentary Film

Over the past three years Cleveland District State High School has been actively engaged in the DeforestACTION program, which aims to educate young people around the world on issues of palm oil, deforestation and the impacts on the environment – including the endangered orang-utan.

On Tuesday March 18th at 7:00pm at Capalaba Cinemas the school is having a special screening of the film! The movie producer, Cathy Henkel will be joined by some of the characters from the film to celebrate the journey Cleveland High has been on as part of the project, as well as to say thank you for the donations and engagement over the past three years. Raffles, silent auction and an orang-utan friendly shop (palm oil free soaps, plants and stuffed animals) will also be available on the night. Doors will open at 6pm

Tickets can be purchased at school starting Tuesday March 4th at the undercover area at a cost of $10 or $35 for a family of 4. Tickets can be purchased online as well at the following link. Family and friends are also welcomed

You may even notice a few familiar Cleveland High faces in the film as staff and students are featured!

Click here to watch the official trailer of the Rise of the Eco-Warriors.