Give trees a chance: the story of Terania Creek

Australia, 1980

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Terania Creek is the site of a threatened rainforest. Presents the stand taken by conservationists against the Forestry Commission and police to try to save the last of the virgin rainforest at Terania Creek and to argue for an environmental impact study. Narrated by Jack Thompson.

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Sydney Filmmakers Co-operative

producer/director

Jeni Kendell

Duration

00:48:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1980

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