2 years ago

When:
13 May, 2016

Location:
Chisholm Theatrette (3rd Floor, Babel Building) and Shaw Davey Slum (171-175 Elgin St) after

Organised by:
Film Society


Hi FilmSocers!

This week we are very excited to be collaborating with Melbourne University Environmental Engineers' Society to present to you:

SOYLENT GREEN (Richard Fleischer, 1973)

In the year 2022, the world is ravaged by the greenhouse effects and its cities have become overpopulated. A majority of the population survives on rations from the Soylent Corporation, however the company's CEO has been murdered and the investigating NYPD detective becomes obsessed with the mystery.

Based on a 1966 science-fiction novel, SOYLENT GREEN depicts a world suffering from pollution, food shortages and global warming. This dystopian film is just too iconic to miss!

As usual, there will be FREE PIZZA and drinks provided!

BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE: After the screening at ~4:15pm, we'll be heading down to the Shaw Davey Slum (5 mins walk from uni) for FREE BEER/CIDER & CHIPS and a chat about the film and environmental issues - just follow the committee after the screening!

Friday 13th May, 2pm
CHISHOLM THEATRETTE (3rd Floor), Babel Building
(http://maps.unimelb.edu.au/parkville/building/139/chisholm_theatrette)

Bring your friends and see you all there!

Warm Regards,
Melbourne University Film Society and Melbourne University Environmental Engineers' Society

Note: the event is free for members of either club, and only $5 to signup for Film Society for the rest of the year if you aren’t a member.