THE TRANSITIONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is a visionary program showcasing ground-breaking documentaries that are positive, solutions focused and inspire an understanding of the way through pressing social and environmental issues leading to sustainable action. The program covers a broad range of key themes, including energy futures, architecture, design, transport, food security, sustainable economics and global community. The events will also include after film discussions and forums with leaders from the local sustainability movement.
ON THE ROAD
After an enormously successful and well-received program in Melbourne, the TRANSITIONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is on the move. Over the last few months we’ve been busy working away at festival programs for Adelaide, Darwin and Alice Springs.
NATIONAL TOUR KEY DATES
Alice Springs (14th - 15th June) @ Alice Springs Cinema in partnership with Arid Lands COOLmob
Darwin (9th - 16th June 2013) @ Deckchair Cinema, Museum and Art Gallery NT Theatrette, Nightcliff Foreshore, Mindil Beach Markets and Lakeside Drive Community Garden
Adelaide (11th October – 24th November 2013) @ Hindmarsh Square and Mercury Cinema
The festival is proud to be working in association with many local progressive organisations such as The Environment Centre NT, Deckchair Cinema, Darwin Film Society, the Arid Lands Environment Centre and the United Nations Association of Australia (NT). We are also with happy to have the support of local sustainable businesses working to create a positive and clean environment.
With a strong program of screenings at Darwin’s premiere independent cinema, the Deckchair Cinema We look forward to sharing this vibrant platform with organisations that are helping to drive the transition towards a sustainable future.
We’re excited to announce that the Transitions Film Festival in Alice Springs and Darwin will feature a selection of short films by festival Director Tim Parish. E2NT (Energy x Efficiency NT) is a series of short documentaries about new energy innovations taking place across the Northern Territory of Australia. Highlighting examples of successful projects in housing, architecture, technology and future research, the series offers solutions to the challenges of lowering pollution and creating a more efficient, cleaner energy economy.