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Transitions Film Festival 2019: Vision For A Better World

February 21, 2019 - March 8, 2019

Transitions Film Festival- Vision For A Better World

The 8th annual Transitions Film Festival returns to Cinema Nova and runs from 21st February until the 8th March featuring an inspiring line-up of world-changing local and international documentary films aimed at empowering audiences to build a better world. The festival takes place as part of the Sustainable Living Festival Australia.

This year’s Transitions Film Festival program presents 28 feature documentaries covering a wide range of meaningful topics including: creative tech innovation, the future of food, youth activism, gender equality, online privacy, climate change, animal welfare, renewable energy, social justice, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

A few documentary films worth mentioning (and perhaps watching!):

Youth Unstoppable – An 8-year insight into the global youth climate movement.

Youth Unstoppable - Documentary fim Transitions Film Festival

System Error: A doco which questions the logic of infinite growth.

A Living Earth: Explores the potential of permaculture to build sustainable and resilient communities.

The Need to Grow – Executive-produced and narrated by Rosario Dawson about soul and climate challenges and breakthrough solutions.

She Started It – Which celebrates female-led world-changing startups.

She Started It - Transitions Film Festival

The festival also features a number of industry nights and special events including a live Humans of Purpose podcast with Mike Daves and Matt Wicking, a VR for Good event with iconic Melbourne meetup RealWorld VR, and special events at the Brunswick Mechanics Institute.
To access the complete film festival program visit transitionsfilmfestival.com.

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February 21, 2019
March 8, 2019
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Cinema Nova
Carlton, Australia + Google Map