Inferno Without Borders

Documentary | 85 min

Sunday | October 31st | 7pm

The apocalyptic 2019-2020 Australian bush fires were a dire warning: respect the environment and listen to indigenous wisdom, or our world will become a living hell. The nation-wide disaster incited by prolonged drought, unusually high temperatures and severe winds resulted in the worst bushfires in world history. Three thousand and five hundred houses and thousands of other structures have been lost, and more than 3 billions of animals - among mammals, reptiles, birds and toads - were killed or displaced. Given that current fire management strategies aren’t working, is it time to revisit the traditional ones? Can our past save our future?

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Director
Sandrine Charruyer e Sophie Lepowic

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Australia

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Inferno Without Borders

Documentary | 85 min

Sunday | October 31st | 7pm

The apocalyptic 2019-2020 Australian bush fires were a dire warning: respect the environment and listen to indigenous wisdom, or our world will become a living hell. The nation-wide disaster incited by prolonged drought, unusually high temperatures and severe winds resulted in the worst bushfires in world history. Three thousand and five hundred houses and thousands of other structures have been lost, and more than 3 billions of animals - among mammals, reptiles, birds and toads - were killed or displaced. Given that current fire management strategies aren’t working, is it time to revisit the traditional ones? Can our past save our future?

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Director
Sandrine Charruyer e Sophie Lepowic

Country(s)
Australia

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