“Where Do Eagles Dare?”, a world-first film documentary produced by Curtin University graduate Simon Cherriman, will be released in premiere screenings at Curtin University.
“Where Do Eagles Dare?” is a world-first film that documents the wedge-tailed eagle. Premiere screenings will be held at Curtin University.
- 9 December and 12 December 2014
- From 7pm
- Hayden Williams Lecture Theatre, Building 405:210
“Where Do Eagles Dare?” follows a satellite tracking study on Australia’s largest predatory bird, the Wedge-tailed Eagle.
Set largely in the desert of central Western Australia, the film follows biologist and film director Simon Cherriman fulfilling his boyhood dream to tag and track two adult wedge-tailed eagles, while providing never before obtained research on their behaviour, flying patterns and territory size.
The screenings will take place on the 9th and 12th of December in the Hayden Williams Lecture Theatre, Building 405:210 from 7pm.
For more information on the film visit wedge-tailedeagletracking.blogspot.com.au