The Transitions Film Festival returns to Adelaide this May with a powerful line-up of cutting-edge documentaries about the existential challenges, mega-trends, game-changing technologies, and creative visions that are redefining what it means to be human.
Highlights from this year’s festival include: How to Let Go of The World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox (Gasland); RiverBlue – an ethical fashion adventure story; Age of Consequences – which looks at climate change through a military lens; A Plastic Ocean – which was described by Sir David Attenborough as one of the most important environmental films of the decade; and A New Economy – which showcases the power of new business models to change the world for the better.
Australian talent is on display with two local documentaries followed by Q&A sessions, including RAW – the story of two 60 year olds who ran 366 consecutive marathons to promote the benefits of a plant-based diet; and The Bentley Effect – an epic tale of the Northern Rivers community and their fight against a fracking juggernaut.
Get engaged. Get inspired. The Future is Now – the Transitions Film Festival is 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.
The Transitions Film Festival runs 19 – 28 May at Adelaide’s Mercury cinema. For more information and complete program, visit: www.transitionsfilmfestival.com for details.
Image: Age of Consequences