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Transitions Film Festival starts Feb 16 @ Cinema Nova

BY Transitions Film Festival | 11-Feb-2014
Featuring an inspirational line-up of empowering films including Anna Broinowski’s Aim High in Creation, Sundance Institute’s Revolutionary Optimists, BritDoc’s Project Wild Thing, Pulitzer funded Easy Like Water, and the international premiere of ‘Future of Energy: Lateral Power to the People, the Transitions Film Festival runs from February the 15th until the 23rd at Federation Square, Bella Union and Cinema Nova.
Venue: Cinema Nova
Address: 380 Lygon St Carlton
Date: 16 - 22 February 2014
Buy / Ticket: http://www.cinemanova.com.au/catalogue/transitions-film-festival/
Web: http://www.transitionsfilmfestival.com/city/melbourne/
www.transitionsfilmfestival.com
Featuring an inspirational line-up of empowering films including Anna Broinowski’s Aim High in Creation, Sundance Institute’s Revolutionary Optimists, BritDoc’s Project Wild Thing, Pulitzer funded Easy Like Water, and the international premiere of ‘Future of Energy: Lateral Power to the People, the Transitions Film Festival runs from February the 15th until the 23rd at Federation Square, Bella Union and Cinema Nova. The program features introductions and panel discussions with international film-makers and Australia’s sustainability leaders. Key guests include film-makers Anna Broinowski (NSW) Brett Mazurek, Missy Lahren, Theo Badashi and Maximilian DeArmon (USA) as well as local heroes Viv Benjamin (Oaktree) Shanaka Fernando (Lentil as Anything) Simon Griffiths (Who Gives a Crap) and John Wiseman (MSSI). Discount tickets and prizes are available to cinema-goers who present their bike helmets at the box office, or bring in their old mobile phones to recycle. The Transitions Film Festival is Australia’s largest sustainability film festival, dedicated to showcasing inspirational documentaries about the social and technological innovations, revolutionary ideas and trailblazing change-makers that are leading the way to a better world.