News - 22 November 2022

Black Cockatoo Crisis—watch the new film!

All three species of black cockatoos located in south-west WA are under threat, despite the seemingly common presence of black cockatoos in Perth. Habitat loss from deforestation and land clearing is a major cause of this threat.

The story of these birds and their uncertain future is being brought to screens through a spectacular new film, Black Cockatoo Crisis.


The Wilderness Society is proud to be a major funder and Associate Producer of Black Cockatoo Crisis, directed and produced by renowned documentary maker, Jane Hammond.

The exclusive season of Black Cockatoo Crisis commences at Luna Leederville, Leederville in WA, from Thursday 1 December:

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Thursday, 1 December

10:45AM 2:45PM 6:45PM

Friday, 2 December

10:45AM 2:45PM 6:45PM

Saturday, 3 December

10:45AM 2:45PM 6:45PM

Sunday, 4 December

10:45AM 2:45PM 6:45PM

Monday, 5 December

10:45AM 2:45PM 6:45PM

Tuesday, 6 December

10:45AM 2:45PM 6:45PM

Wednesday, 7 December

10:45AM 2:45PM 6:45PM

Wednesday, 14 December

8:00PM-Leederville Outdoor

Read an interview with filmmaker Jane Hammond in issue 21 of Wilderness Journal