FYI a movie you mat be interested in:
From: Robert/Anne Lee [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, 30 May 2009 8:17 AM
Subject: Premiere screening of "Home" - the Earth movie
The Alliance Francaise de Hamilton invite you to a premiere screening
of “Home”, free of charge, on Friday 5 June at the University of
Waikato, S Block, Level 1 (Ground Floor) Room 04. 7:30pm. All
welcome. Admission free.
“Home” is a film made by Frenchman Yann Arthus-Bertrand, famous for
his photographic exhibition “The Earth From The Air”. He had a vision
to create a documentary that would be screened free of charge to make
people aware of ecological issues. It follows on from Al Gore’s “An
Inconvenient Truth”, and the message is: it’s too late to be a
pessimist. But “Home” is more than a movie with a message. It’s a
magnificent movie in its own right, with breathtaking shots of the
Earth as we have never seen it before. Three film crews worked
simultaneously for 21 months filming from helicopters in all four
corners of the Earth.
“Home” will be premiered around the world and in various locations
around New Zealand on 5 June, and New Zealand will be the first
country to have the opportunity to see it, because of the time zone.
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