Film

Environmental Film Festival 2015

Melbourne: Thursday, 3rd of September - Sunday, 6th September
Canberra: Friday, 11th September - Sunday, 13th September
Hobart: Friday, 18th September - Monday, 21st September
The Environmental Film Festival Australia entertains with groundbreaking films, traversing the relationship between humans and their environments, challenging the way people think about the natural world.

review-tracks

Tracks of wisdom

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

The film Tracks strips life to the bare essentials, leaving the clutter of civilisation behind, and reminds us of what is truly important with heartbreaking clarity.

San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival Australia 2013

San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival Australia 2013

Tuesday 5 March - Saturday 23 March, 2013
The San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival is coming to Australia, bringing with it an array of documentaries, narratives and animations from around the world that explore all aspects of our great oceans. The films vary in length from 2 minutes to an hour, and focus on topics such as conservation, wildlife, exploration, culture and sport.
The festival will be making six stops while in Australia.

Where: Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Townsville, Cairns, Sydney, Melbourne
When: 5-23 March
Click here for more information.

Byron Bay Film Festival, 2012

Byron Bay FIlm Festival 2013

Friday 1 March - Sunday 10 March, 2013
Celebrate local and international art, music and cinema at the Byron Bay Film Festival, which is screening over 200 films from more than 30 countries. Backdropped by a beautiful location, there is something to please the whole family, from documentaries, feature films, animations or short films.
The Byron Bay Film Festival, which strives to promote social, cultural and environmental awareness, features a host of environmental films, and caters to all audiences by offering both 'Adults Only' and 'Family' sessions.

Price varies depending on sessions.

Where: Byron Bay
When: Friday 1 March - Sunday 10 March
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Windfall

A positive windfall

Friday, 13 May 2011

An award-winning documentary, 'Windfall', soon to be screening at Sydney Film Festival, explores a peaceful upstate New York community that is torn apart when the town board approves the installation of wind turbines. We chat with director, Laura Israel.

Earthwise

Earth Wise Short Film Festival

Sunday 5 June, 2011

The Earth Wise Short Film Festival is an innovative community event that will screen creative short films about our environment as well as provide a forum for discussion. The films will aim to raise awareness about sustainable living and issues related to how human actions can affect our planet. The festival is non-for-profit and is organised by a group of students from TAFE NSW, Ultimo College. The event is a local activity supporting World Environment Day (WED) – an annual event aimed at being the biggest and most widely celebrated global day for positive environmental action. On 5 June 2011, millions of people from countries all over the world will be celebrating WED. Be a part of the celebration! Be a part of the Earth Wise Short Film Festival!

Where: Tap Gallery, 278 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, NSW.
When: 6pm-9pm, Sunday 5 June, 2011.
Cost: $20 and includes light finger foods. Pre-paid Tickets available at www.moshtix.com.au, 1300 GET TIX (438 849), on your mobile moshtix.mobi and all moshtix outlets. Some tickets may be available to purchase on the night however, it is highly recommend to pre-purchase your ticket to avoid disappointment.
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If a Tree Falls

Green Screen @ Sydney Film Festival

8 - 19 June, 2011

The Sydney Film Festival (SFF) will take over the city’s silver screens with feature films, documentaries, short films and animations. Now in its 58th year, SFF is one of the world’s longest running film festivals. Green Screen will showcase controversial, inspiring and beguiling films with an 'eco' angle, testing the disputed borders between what’s fact and what’s fiction. Don't miss the below Green Screen films at the SFF, tackling the issues impacting on our environment with fresh and often surprising perspectives. Click here for more info on the SFF Green Screen films.

Enviro Film Fest

Environmental Film Festival - Melbourne

16 - 19 September

Melbourne’s only dedicated environmental film festival is almost upon us! The Environmental Film Festival has an exciting programme of feature length documentaries, covering topics ranging from the social unrest in Nigeria caused by Big Oil, to the consequences of our society’s obsession with The Plastic Bag, to the philosophy and dinner plates of Californian dumpster divers. 'Like' the Facebook page, and visit the EFFM website to purchase tickets.

Where: Kino Cinemas, 45 Collins St, Melbourne.
Cost: Adults $18. Students $16
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