SCREENING LOCATIONS

THE TERRITORY will have limited public screenings from 15th September.

Please check back for updates and if a screening is not available in your area, request via Screening Enquiries below.

AUSTRALIA

Australian Capital Territory

Dendy - Canberra

Palace Electric Cinema - Canberra

New south wales

Dendy - Newtown

Hayden Orpheum - Sydney

Palace Byron Bay - Byron Bay

The Chauvel Cinema - Sydney

Avoca Beach Theatre - Avoca Beach

Ritz Randwick - Sydney

Northern Territory

Alice Springs Cinema

QUEENSLAND

Palace Barracks - Brisbane

New Farm Cinemas - Brisbane

South Australia

Palace Nova - Adelaide

VICTORIA

Cameo Cinemas Belgrave - Melbourne

The Classic Elsternwick - Melbourne

Cinema Nova - Melbourne

NEW ZEALAND

AUCKLAND

The Vic - Auckland

Silky Otter - Ōrākei

Rialto Cinemas - Auckland

CHRISTCHURCH

Silky Otter - Wigram

Alice Cinematheque - Christchurch

Lumiere Cinemas - Christchurch

DUNEDIN

Rialto Cinemas - Dunedin

HAMILTON

Lido Cinema

NELSON

Silky Otter - Richmond

NEW Plymouth

Govett-Brewster - New Plymouth

TAURANGA

Rialto Cinemas - Tauranga

WELLINGTON

Empire Cinema & Eatery - Wellington

The Screening Room - Masterton

The Roxy - Wellington

Shoreline Cinema - Waikanae

Monterey Cinemas - Upper Hutt

Screening Enquiries

To enquire about a private hire or to request a public screening in your area, please fill in the below form

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About the film

Synopsis

THE TERRITORY provides an immersive on-the-ground look at the tireless fight of the Indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau people against the encroaching deforestation brought by farmers and illegal settlers in the Brazilian Amazon. With awe-inspiring cinematography showcasing the titular landscape and richly textured sound design, the film takes audiences deep into the Uru-eu-wau-wau community and provides unprecedented access to the farmers and settlers illegally burning and clearing the protected Indigenous land. Partially shot by the Uru-eu-wau-wau people, the film relies on vérité footage captured over three years as the community risks their lives to set up their own news media team in the hopes of exposing the truth.

RUN TIME

83 minutes

Trailer

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