JANE the Documentary in Australia

01 January 2018

For a special New Year’s treat, now is your chance to see the brilliant National Geographic documentary, JANE, by acclaimed director Brett Morgen, featuring a thrilling score by Philip Glass. Throughout the film, you will get to know the real Jane Goodall – scientist, dreamer, mother, explorer and wife – in these extraordinary glimpses into her early days at Gombe. If you were enchanted by her story either as a child, or perhaps more recently, or are just curious to find out more, you will love this documentary. Join us for the moments that fulfilled Jane’s destiny as someone who would change the way we view ourselves as humans, and our relationship to the rest of the animal kingdom forever.

We are thrilled that the NSW premiere is at the St George Open Air Cinema in Sydney on Sunday 21 January and just like the scenery, we promise that the film will not disappoint. The film will also be showing at Event Cinemas across the country in early March, as well as available on the Nat Geo Channel from March, so please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest screenings.

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