29 November 2019


A story about ageing happy, healthy & free of disease.

This film is proudly brought to you by Malak Marketplace.

The Longevity Film investigates the complex topic of ageing by documenting the longest lived, healthiest & happiest cultures from around the world.

Filmmaker Kale Brock (The Gut Movie, 2018) visits specific communities with significantly improved average life expectancies, remarkably low rates of disease and an extremely high quality of life well into the later years. Traveling to Okinawa (Japan), Loma Linda (California) and Ikaria (Greece) for a deep dive into longevity culture and what it really takes to get well and stay well, Brock delivers this transformational documentary with light hearted wit and a warm sense of relatability.

Featured expert commentary by Dr. Mark Hyman, Nick Buettner, Dr. Ross Walker, Dr. Craig Wilcox, Paul Chek, Daniel Vitalis, Dr. Damian Kristof & more.

Kale Brock is truly passionate about health and has travelled the world to discover more about the blue zone cultures.
Hear the full interview with ABC Radio Presenter Joel Spry here:

“The longevity cultures live, on average, 8-10 years longer than us, and these are good quality years, often spent surrounded by friends and family with a big smile on their face. We don’t have that in the West. We waste away, dying earlier and unhappier than we need to. The truth is, we’re not living in a way that’s conducive to longevity. Whilst making this film even I realised that I needed to totally rethink my lifestyle if I wanted to stay well – that’s a huge challenge to overcome,” he said.

Co-Founder Lina Paselli-Kruse is thrilled to welcome Kale back to Darwin.

“From 6pm before the movie screening, people will be able to meet Kale and speak to local stallholders and guest speakers from the health and wellbeing industry such as Your Natural Hairstylist, Wicked NRG, Agoy Yoga and Saltwater Float Spa PLUS some of Malak Marketplace’s favorites, Notely House Harvest, AG Organic and Little Miss V Beeswax Wraps. Petra’s Raw Cakes and Katja’s Popcorn will be there serving delicious healthy snacks” she said.

The screening of the movie is scheduled on Tuesday the 3rd of December at 7pm, at CDU Mal Nairn Auditorium. For more information and to book your ticket, visit the Malak Marketplace Facebook page or the Longevity Film webpage.

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