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This film documents a world first satellite tracking study on Australia's largest predatory bird, the Wedge-tailed Eagle. It is the story of one man's quest to fulfil a boyhood dream, but is also a wildlife film, set largely in the desert of central Western Australia. It aims to showcase this beautiful environment, its creatures, and a unique conservation project being undertaken by the WA Department of Parks & Wildlife.

Written, Directed and Produced by Simon Cherriman/iNSiGHT Films. Additional cinematography by Daniel Hunter, Gillian Basnett and Mike Griffiths. Starring scientists and wildlife of the West Australian desert. © Simon Cherriman 2014. All rights reserved.

Doors open at 7:00pm at the evening begins at 7:30pm. A short 5 minute film will be shown at the opening before the main feature, which runs for 1 hour. There will be a short question time at the end, and DVDs of the film will be available on the night. Light refreshments (drinks and nibbles) will be served from 7:00pm.

Tickets are allocated on a 'per seat' basis, but if you have children small enough to fit on your lap they will not be charged extra.

Haydn Williams Theatre, Curtin University

Kent Street Bentley WA 6102, Australia

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Simon Cherriman

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