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Films For Change: Life According To Ohad


Thu 24 Sep 2015, 6:00pm–8:30pm

Where: Govindas Restaurant & Movie Room, 112 Darlinghurst Rd, Darlinghurst, New South Wales

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $35.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: kjstaton

Ohad is an Israeli animal rights activist. He hasn't been in touch with his family for seven years while he's been devoting himself to intense animal activism. He's also felt a growing disparity and sense of alienation from his meat-eating family. His parents' dream is for the whole family to sit together at the dinner table, just like any other normal family. In contrast, Ohad's hope is that his family to develop greater morals, become vegan and share his beliefs about the rights of animals.

Join us for this wondrous evening of film, live music, chocolate tasting and a delicious Indian buffet dinner! 
The Film
Watch the trailer
Chocolate Tasting - the Chocolate Yogi
Raw, organic, vegan, handmade and simply delicious chocolate made by yogis on Scotland Island in Sydney!

Live Music -  Emma Beau and Kym Staton
Emma Beau

‘Leave Your Light On’ is the first single from Emma Beau’s upcoming debut EP, and features Emma’s haunting vocals and orchestral arrangements driven by a pounding rhythm section, with auditory elements reminiscent of an epic spaghetti western classic. Emerging from the regional town of Gympie, QLD, Emma has descended on the city of Sydney, bringing her unique blend of contemporary, often experimental, folk music to Australia’s big apple. 
Capturing the attention of some of Australia’s greatest performers, Emma has been riding off the back off a string successful nationals tours, performing as a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist on Kasey Chambers Bittersweet Tour, and Jon English’s Six Is Enough tour. Feeling most at home on the road, Emma has immersed herself in songwriting, and dedicated herself to refining her craft and maturing as a solo artist whilst simultaneously touring with other acts as a musician in her own right.“Emma Beau is a star that is about to shine a whole lot brighter. 

Her vocal, her music and her image have the quality that's needed” - John Bromell, former managing director of Warner/Chappell Music.

Listen to Emma on soundcloud

Kym Staton
Kym Staton launched into the Sydney singer/songwriter scene in 2012 and has attracted a steady following after performing many gigs at intimate venues around Sydney including The Factory Theatre, The Newsagency, Dome Bar, The White Horse, Broadway Lounge, and lots of small cafes and bars. He has a unique sound that is both exotic and earthy, and a repertoire that is an eclectic concoction of blues, jazz, folk and celtic covers, weird old songs and unusual originals. His rare rock tenor voice goes from subtle to soaring in a heartbeat and his exquisite interplay of captivating vocals and a deft touch on a telecaster must to be heard to be believed. 

Your ticket price includes a delicious Indian vegetarian and vegan dinner downstairs in Govindas Restaurant. The menu includes delicious Indian dahl soup, various vegetable curries, baked penne pasta, cauliflower pakoras, potato wedges, rice, papadams, bread & a variety of salads, sauces and side dishes. In their words: "We believe in giving value for money and encourage you to visit the buffet as many times as you like through out your evening with us."
5.45pm: Doors open, optional early dinner
6.00pm: Live music and chocolate tasting
6.30pm: Film
8pm: Optional late dinner
Getting there/ Parking: 
Govindas is 5 mins walk from Kings Cross train station. There is ticketed street parking in surrounding streets.
General Admission only $35 
(includes film, music, chocolate tasting and dinner!)
*Please note that tickets are Not refundable, but may be given to a friend.