SF Screening of 'Kangaroo"!

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SAN FRANCISCO SCREENING OF "KANGAROO," WEDS. JULY 3 AT 6 PM

On Weds. July 3 at 6 pm, the powerful Australian movie "Kangaroo" will be screened at Opera Plaza.

This groundbreaking film reveals the truth surrounding Australia’s love-hate relationship with its beloved icon. The kangaroo image is proudly used by top companies, sports teams and as tourist souvenirs, yet when they hop across the vast continent some consider them to be pests to be shot and sold for profit. KANGAROO unpacks a national paradigm where the relationship with kangaroos is examined.

This is a POWERFUL documentary. Channel 7 Sunrise, in reviewing it, said, "Kangaroo is the most controversial Australian documentary ever released in America" Trust Movies says, "Kangaroo is a documentary you'll want to share with everyone you know." F2 Media tells us, "A stirring documentary that grabs the attention of the audience and is relentless in its mission." NZ TV reviews, "Explosive and beautifully shot."

This is a movie you won't want to miss. See it here in San Francisco, at the Opera Plaza Community Room.

First, enjoy a full-course vegan dinner planned by a certified nutritionist. ALL vegan. ALL health-supporting vegan. And ALL you care to eat! Just let us know you plan to attend, so we can bring enough for everyone to be more than satisfied.

Location is the Opera Plaza Community Room, 601 Van Ness, San Francisco. Take the elevator to the mezzanine, then follow the sign down the hall to the right.

A fifteen dollar requested donation gets you the full course vegan dinner, including beverages and desserts--and more! Imagine! Dinner plus a movie for fifteen bucks! How is it possible? Because we are a small local nonprofit here to serve the community, not out to make a buck. Funds go toward facility rental, food, transport and other costs.

RSVP to hold your place! This is a very important event, and space is limited. Do so here, or email to: [masked] OR call (888)[masked].

Special thanks to Van Luong and the Veg Fund for making this possible.

Co-sponsored with the SF Veg Society.

See you at the movie!