Films

Transitions Film Festival

Transitions Film Festival

15 – 23 February, 2014

Australia's largest solutions-focused sustainability film festival features international filmmakers and local sustainability leaders. See our feature about a chat with the director of Future of Energy here. This year's festival also includes a 'Cinema by Demand' weekend where four short films are on offer.

Where: Cinema Nova, Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria.
When: 15-23 February, 2014
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Environmental Film Festival Melbourne

6 - 13 September, 2013

Prepare yourself for amusing, informative, whimsical and philosophical takes on the most important environmental issues facing our communities. Drawing from the very best new environmental films from all over the world the festival covers issues as diverse as light pollution, our increasing disconnection from nature, what to do with nuclear waste, and the sometimes-blurry line between environmental activism and eco-terrorism.

Where: Melbourne, Vic.
When: 6-13 September, 2011.
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Antenna International Documentary Film Festival

5 - 9 October, 2011

Featuring 25 award-winning documentaries, including 15 Australian premieres, international guests, awards and a platform for lively debate, this is an event not to be missed. In its inaugural year, Australia's first film festival dedicated to documentaries will take place at Sydney’s Chauvel Cinema.

Antenna and G Magazine are giving readers the chance to win one of three double-passes to the Antenna International Documentary Film Festival at Chauvel Cinema in October. The festival features environment-focused films from Michael Madsen’s exploration of nuclear waste and communication in Into Eternity to After the Apocalypse, the heart breaking tale of those affected by radiation in Kazakhstan and the tale of a small community taking on an oil giant in The Pipe, amongst 25 Sydney premieres. This is your chance to watch the best in documentary cinema from Australia and around the world. Tickets are for single session use. Simply email competitions_at_gmagazine.com.au telling us what you want to see and why. Entries close 4 October.

Where: Chauvel Cinema, Paddington Town Hall, Corner Oxford St and Oatley Rd, Paddington, Sydney, NSW (Opening night 5 October at Dendy Opera Quays).
Cost: Adult $16; Concession $13. Discounts available with multiple purchases. Opening night Adult $30; Concession $25.
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