On Wednesday, 6 February 2019, bring yourself and a sustainably prepared dish to share to Adelaide Sustainability Centre's film night and potluck dinner, featuring a screening of A Quest For Meaning. Cost of entry is free or by donation (reserve your place here).
A Quest for Meaning is a 'road trip' film, independently produced and distributed worldwide as a community project. Its creators explore the themes of progress and the modern world, humanity's vision of the world, self-awareness, ecological crisis situations and how ordinary citizens can contribute in a positive way to drive change.
Join film-makers Marc de la Ménardière and Nathanael Coste as they introduce viewers to activists, biologists, philosophers and guardians of ancestral traditions - exploring the above themes and solutions. This is a professionally produced, thought-provoking and empowering film - check out the trailer here:
Arrive at 6pm for a potluck community dinner (please bring a plate of sustainably prepared food to share) - at 6.45pm guest speakers (to be confirmed) will provide preamble for the 7pm screening of A Quest for Meaning.
Why? Explore the meaning of life with an evening of discussion & viewing of the thought-provoking film 'A Quest for Meaning' - includes a potluck dinner (bring a sustainably prepared dish of food to share)