On the 19th
October, the film Vu Buedem, Bauzen a Bio-Baueren - initiated by the association Vereenegung fir Biolandwirtschaft Lëtzebuerg and co-financed by the Oikopolis Group - will be released in Luxembourg's cinemas.
As a successful organic retailer for over 30 years, Naturata wants to support the association and has come up with something special for the film launch: Every cinema visitor will be refunded €7.50 of the ticket price when making a purchase at a Bio Marchés.
After the Avant premiere on 17 October at Kinepolis Kirchberg in the presence of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, the movie will be played in other cinemas across Luxembourg. It provides a very personal insight into organic farming by giving the word to the people who have chosen this type of agriculture.
Pesticides kill insects, rainforests are cut down for the soya we feed to our livestock, the production of artificial fertiliser requires an extremely high amount of energy and over-intensive cultivation causes soil infertility. The farmers are not to blame, but a system that is based only on growth and leads to great environmental damage worldwide. Organic farming can be a solution to these problems.
Farmers, scientists, traders and pioneers talk about their personal motivation to venture into "alternative" agriculture. Agriculturists and winegrowers show how they produce food on their farms that is healthy for people and nature and makes a contribution to society as a whole.
As a successful organic specialist retailer for over 30 years, Naturata naturally wants to support the association and has come up with something special for the film launch:
Every cinema visitor will be refunded €7.50 of the cinema ticket price when making a purchase at one of the twelve Bio Marchés. All one has to do is hand in the ticket at the cashier by 30th November. The value of the purchase must be at least 30 €. Tickets belonging together can be redeemed in combination with a purchase. The amount will be automatically deducted from the total amount - a cash payment is excluded.
The film will run for at least two weeks from 19th October in many cinemas within Luxembourg. The dates and times vary, but will be published together with much more information about the film on the homepage www.biobauzen.lu.
We hope you enjoy your visit to the cinema!