09 February 2015
Transitions Film Festival
A festival co-founded by RMIT graduate, Tim Parish.
Receive a five dollar discount to Transitions Film Festival’s opening night.
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.
In its fourth year, the Transitions Film Festival aims to inspire, inform and engage patrons by connecting them to cutting-edge ideas from around the globe and the local community groups that are creating impact in Australia.
From 13 February to 6 March, Melbourne will have the opportunity to explore the four pillars of sustainability (social, economic, environmental and cultural) through film. Screenings are expected to take place at Testing Grounds, Federation Square, Cinema Nova, Shebeen and Argyle Square and include a mix of free and ticketed events.
The program is made-up of positive, inspiring and solutions-focused films that highlight the grand challenges, mega-trends, scientific breakthroughs and creative visions that will redefine what it means to be human. Film topics include social and technological innovation, renewable energy, community empowerment, eco-architecture, collaborative consumption, global movements, ecological economics and consciousness, the festival aims to inspire audiences with stories of hope, resilience and action.
You can also expect some screenings to feature special guest introductions, live artistic performances and post-film discussions with local and international thought leaders.
To get you into the spirit of the festival, Transitions Film Festival is offering RMIT students a five dollar discount to opening night. To take advantage of this offer, enter the code TFF-9X3330 at the checkout.
For more information, visit Transition Film Festival.