Posts Tagged ‘film festival’
|15 February , 2013 10:00 am||to||23 February , 2013 10:00 pm|
TRANSITIONS FILM FESTIVAL, 15 to 23 February 2013
“See the change you want to be in the world”
Featuring an amazing line-up of films including Matt Damon and Gus Van Sant’s feature narrative Promised Land, The Sundance Institute’s A Fierce Green Fire and the highly anticipated Chasing Ice, the Transitions Film Festival runs from February 15-23rd at Federation Square, ACMI and Cinema Nova. The program also features introductions and panel discussions with international filmmakers and Australia’s sustainability leaders. Key guests include Bob Brown (former leader of The Australian Greens), Drew Hutton (Lock The Gate), John Wiseman (Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute), Anna Rose (AYCC) and Velcrow Ripper via satellite (Director of Occupy Love).
Transitions Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing powerful, inspiring and ground-breaking films from around the world that highlight the awe-inspiring global transformations that are taking place every day. Covering topics such as social entrepreneurship, energy politics, climate change, social justice and technological innovation, the festival hopes to inspire the transition to a sustainable world. To encourage low emissions transport, audience members riding bikes to Cinema Nova screenings will receive cyclist’s concession prices.
Federation Square Free Screenings: 15-16 February 2013
Cinema Nova Program: 17 -23 February 2013
ACMI Shorts: 18 February 2013
>>> For more information and to view the program visit the Transitions Film Festival website.
Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on February 10th, 2012
|11 February , 2012 7:00 pm||to||19 February , 2012 10:00 pm|
TRANSITIONS FILM FESTIVAL FEB. 11-19. 2012. FEDERATION SQUARE, MELBOURNE TOWN HALL, STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA.
The Transitions Film Festival is a visionary film program dedicated to showcasing ground-breaking documentaries about our global culture in transition towards a sustainable future.
The festival takes place as part of the Sustainable Living Festival with the support of the United Nations Association of Australia (Victoria), the City of Melbourne, The Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, Red Energy, Hepburn Wind, Prosper Australia and Undergrowth.org.
The program features an inspirational line-up of world-changing documentaries and culminates with a free state-wide synchronised screening of Yann Arthus-Betrand’s spectacular film ‘Home’.
Screenings include live introductions by international filmmakers and NGO’s as well as an interactive short film forum hosted by the United Nations Association of Australia.
Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on October 3rd, 2011
|11 October , 2011 7:00 pm||to||16 October , 2011 7:30 pm|