Environmental Film Festival Australia

Environmental Film Festival Australia

Environmental Film Festival Australia brings the best local and globally produced enviro films to Australian communities

Melbourne (Oct 24 – Nov 1, 2019)

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Tone-Deaf

Tone-Deaf

Millennials! Baby boomers! Cinema’s just only catching up on this trove of terror and the ...
Greener Grass

Greener Grass

An appropriately bizarre addition to this year’s Sydney Underground Film Festival, Greener Grass wants you ...
Italian Film Festival Highlights

Italian Film Festival Highlights

Here’s a few picks that might just help you sort out your IFF 2019 schedule! ...
The Art of Self-Defense

The Art of Self-Defense

They’re men! Men in belts, tight belts! They roam around the dojo looking for fights! ...
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We're all in this together, and together we are stronger. Today we're demanding climate justice for all, including those whose voices we don't hear, and whose struggles we don't see - we stand with you all. #ClimateStrike
The countdown is on to #EFFA2019, with just two weeks until we reveal this year’s program! For now, meet the six local environmental groups chosen to be part of our 2019 Community Storytelling Project - announced today! These groups are making their very own short films which will screen at EFFA, thanks to professional training by Digital Storytellers.Congratulations to 3000acres, Australian Parents for Climate Action, Pollinator Alliance, The Community Grocer, The Compost Depot and Roving Refills - we can't wait to see their films, and promote the many ways they can help you to help the environment!Our Community Storytelling Project is made possible thanks to the generous support of our major partner Bank Australia.Read more about the project: https://bit.ly/2kd3OCh
JOIN OUR TEAM | Love film? Care about the environment? We want you! Bring your social media, events or engagement skills to #EFFA2019, and join our passionate team of volunteers! Applications close 8 September - see our website for more: bit.ly/2EBHFnk
The highly-anticipated 2040 has hit screens nationally, exploring what our environmental future could look like in 21 years' time if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us. This weekend is the perfect time for families to see this important film, with Palace Cinemas offering FREE ADMISSION to all school aged children attending with a paying adult.Featuring and made by Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film), 2040 offers hope and practical solutions, while also interviewing children around the world on their hopes for the environment. At a time when we need it the most, you'll leave the cinema with a pep in your step, and the knowledge you need to do more!For more visit: https://whatsyour2040.com/
“It’s rare to find a piece of theatre that explores climate change with such a compelling mix of playfulness and authority… it is brimming with imagination and ingenuity.”We're offering two tickets to see 'WHALE' on Friday night - a new theatre work which explores climate change through participation, where the personal must become the political.You'll also hear a post panel discussion with a top line up of speakers, including EFFA's Director, on the role of the arts in bringing awareness and action to the climate emergency.Be the first person to email Adelaide.Fisher@darebin.vic.gov.au with 'Environmental Film Festival' as the subject for two complimentary tickets for Friday night's session.Otherwise be sure to catch this thought-provoking play - winner of the 2018 Max Afford Playwright’s Award - before Saturday 11 May at Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre.WHALE is by Fleur Kilpatrick, directed by Katrina Cornwell.Image by Sarah Walker.More at: https://bit.ly/2TryNtL
The time is now. We are 100% behind all that you are doing, saying and standing for. #schoolstrike4climate
JOIN OUR TEAM | Want to raise awareness about the environment and enact positive change? We're seeking passionate people to join our 100% volunteer team - a great opportunity to use your skills to make a difference. If you work in marketing and communications, social media or fundraising, and would love to volunteer, get in touch. We work hard, but have fun too!Applications close Monday 18 March - more at: https://bit.ly/2EBHFnk
Need an environmental film fix? There are three days left to catch this year's Transitions Film Festival at Cinema Nova, which includes enviro films and discussions. Don't miss out! Program at: https://bit.ly/2SjPfYyPictured is The Serengeti Rules, screening Friday night."Compelling viewing… It’s a film which sounds an alarm, but, unlike most similarly themed pictures, one which permits a chink of light into the traditionally bleak narrative of man’s impact on the land… It excels… in its visual component, with stunning cinematography and arresting juxtapositions…"—Wendy Ide, Screen International.
SHORT AND FEATURE FILM ENTRIES NOW OPENWhether you’re a local student or filmmaker finishing your first short film, or an international producer planning your annual film festival circuit, now’s the time to submit your film for the 2019 Environmental Film Festival Australia!Last year a record 2,800 people attended EFFA, seeing 43 films from 16 countries, and attending meet the maker events, panel sessions and other special events aimed at increasing awareness and generating positive impacts.We're seeking films which:- Celebrate our nature, flora, fauna and wildlife- Champion the people, organisations and projects protecting our environment- Illustrate the unprecedented global threats we face, including climate change, food sustainability, habitat loss and pollution.Earlybird submissions are now open via FilmFreeway until 31 March, with late submissions running until 31 May 3019. Submission fees start from AU$15.Visit our website for more: https://bit.ly/2X8eYGU
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