The Transitions Film Festival returns in February with a collection of documentaries featuring inspirational stories and change-makers who are working to solve society’s greatest challenges and helping build a better future.
Covering themes such as environmental activism, social and economic justice, this year’s festival features a line-up of films about climate change, biodiversity, plastics, economics and creative innovation.
Transitions Film Festival runs February 18th to March 13 with an online, on-demand program of 20 sessions available nationally as well as a series of free screenings in the Melbourne CBD.
What are the highlights?
The range of documentaries include 70/30 which follows the Dutch people’s quest to reduce carbon emissions, The Ants and The Grasshopper follows a Malawian farmer and environmentalist campaigning for climate action in USA, and First We Eat follows a filmmaker and her family for one year as they try to live only off food that can be grown, gathered or hunted locally.
To learn more or purchase tickets, head to the Transitions Film Festival website, www.transitionsfilmfestival.com