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Win 1 of 5 Double Passes to Watch the Australian Ocean Documentary Film, BLUE

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BLUE, the incredible Australian documentary film directed by Karina Holden is about the crisis facing our oceans. It explores humankind’s complex relationship with the sea and what we can do to fix the problems. Filmed in the seas surrounding Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and the USA, the doco showcases the beauty and vulnerability of the oceans and the lives of the creatures it supports.
Eco Warrior Princess Giveaway - 5 Double Passes Up for Grabs to Australian Ocean Documentary, BLUE

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“Our species moves closer to catastrophe every year while we add to the burden of climate change, destroy habitats and plunder the life in our seas. And while it is a difcult fate to contemplate there is no time more urgent than the present to look to our future and protect the natural systems that sustain us.” – Karina Holden, Director, BLUE

Produced over a two-year period and featuring interviews with marine biologists, environmentalists, conservationists and advocates for ocean preservation, the film tackles themes of ocean pollution, habitat destruction and species loss. BLUE looks at how the very nature of the ocean is being altered by human activity.

Australian Ocean Documentary BLUE explores crisis facing our oceansHalf of all marine life has been lost in the last 40 years due to unrestricted fishing, overfishing and the harvesting of fish and other sea creatures for food and exploitation of ocean resources. The pervasiveness of litter and pollutants, deep-sea dumping and oil spills has also hugely impacted ocean health and marine life. By 2050, the film claims, there will be more plastic in the sea than fish.

While this doco makes the crucial link between human actions and the health of our oceans, it also offers practical ways that people can help in order to ensure our oceans – and in a broader sense, our planet’s – survival.

“BLUE is a cinematic song for our oceans; beautiful, intimate and grand. Fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. See this film and you will want to rise up with the waves.” – David Ritter, CEO, Greenpeace Australia Pacific

Thanks to our friends at Transmission Films, we’re giving away 5 in-season double passes to the upcoming Australian ocean documentary ‘BLUE’ which hits cinemas on October 12. For a list of these cinemas, visit their website.

To enter:

Just complete the contest form below and you’ll be in the running to win. You’ll also get 2 bonus entries for each friend referred. So make to share with your social network to increase your chances of winning.

Good luck, and for those of you who win, enjoy the environmental film!

xx 

Terms & Conditions

Giveaway is open to Australian residents only.

Contest is not open to Eco Warrior Princess employees or members of their immediate families.

Contestants must enter using giveaway sweepstakes form/app found on this page.

Contestants can receive additional entries by sharing this giveaway with their social media networks using the sweepstakes app (two bonus entries for each friend referred).

By entering this giveaway, contestants agree to be added to the Eco Warrior Princess email database. Contestants can unsubscribe at anytime.

Entries close 17th September 2017 10pm AEST.

The winners will be drawn at random on 18th September and will be announced on Instagram Stories, Facebook and Twitter.

The winners will be notified via the email address used to enter the giveaway and must reply within 3 days of email notification. The winners are expected to liaise with Transmission films to claim their prize.

In the event of a winner(s) not being contactable, another random draw will be held.

Total prize package is valued at approximately $215.00 AUD

Eco Warrior Princess is not responsible for any loss or theft through the postal system.

Eco Warrior Princess is not responsible for any issues arising between Transmission Films, the cinemas and the winners.

Eco Warrior Princess reserves the right to alter these terms and conditions at any time.

The prize cannot be transferred for cash or other form of monetary compensation.

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