Transitions Film Festival

Highlights of Saturday's program include:

Years of Living Dangerously

An award-winning series with a lineup of passionate Hollywood actors, who share first-person accounts from locations — some shockingly close to home, others in far-flung corners of the globe — where the effects of climate change are most prevalent.

Future of Energy: Lateral Power to the People

A revolutionary film that captures the movement across the U.S. to transition to 100% renewable energy and to bring positive solutions to the ecological crisis.

Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World

Emmy Award-winning director Charles Wilkinson  turns his camera on the unique community uniting to protect land and sea for the next generation. This powerful story will make viewers want to rise up and protect, not only one of the most beautiful and unique places on Earth, but their own natural back yards as well.

Who Cares?

An amazing and empowering film about the most inspirational social enterprises on the planet

Places You Love: an Earth Hour Documentary

Some of Australia’s best known personalities, scientists and everyday Aussies speak about the changes 

they are seeing to Australia’s great outdoors.

The free screenings are taking place as part of the Transitions Film Festival Tour, which runs from March 9 – 25 in Sydney.

sustainable living

For full program and session times visit: transitionsfilmfestival.com/northernsydney

For full tour information visit: transitionsfilmfestival.com/sydney2017

This event is part of the Sydney Sustainable Living Festival

For the full program visit aaeensw.org.au/SSLF or www.slf.org.au/sydney

Email: env.educators@willoughby.nsw.gov.au