Cancer survivor Janette and her partner Alan are an incredible demonstration of what is possible with the human body. This story follows the two raw food champions, in their 60’s, as they break and set world records by running 366 consecutive marathons on a raw plant-based diet.
How to Let Go Of The World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change, Oscar nominated director Josh Fox (GASLAND) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change – the greatest threat our world has ever known.
A stunningly shot, deeply moving, story about the ubiquity of plastic in our oceans and the havoc it is wreaking on our ecosystems, wildlife and food-chains. A Plastic Ocean brings to light the consequences of our disposable lifestyle and solutions to the unfolding crisis.
Bringing the Light follows a group of Nepalese women over a period of four years and how their lives have been radically changed with access to education and skills training; providing them with the ability to be self sufficient with sustainable income generation.
David Grob, a fun-loving and gregarious food activist and cook, travels through five European countries in a van that runs on vegetable oil, creating beautiful dishes out of food that would otherwise go to waste. A delicious way to fix a broken food system.
Power to Change showcases the daily struggles of activists, entrepreneurs, sceptics and critics in the fight for Germany’s energy future. Highlighting the inspirational personal stories of the heroes who have taken the responsibility for energy supply into their own hands, the film is a beautiful and insightful portrait of transformation.
There Will Be Water is one man’s visionary quest to ‘Green the Desert’ using cutting-edge technology. British Engineer and Zoologist Bill Watts has a big idea: turn salt water into an energy source and use large desert areas to produce energy, food and clean water.
Follow river conservationist Mark Angelo on a journey across the globe where he reveals the darker side of the fashion industry, its generally disastrous impact on the world’s water resources, including the destruction of our rivers, its effect on humanity, and the solutions that inspire hope for a sustainable future.
Lean back under the open sky and watch empowering documentaries about the transition to a better world. Free screenings at The Concourse Urban Screen Chatswood Friday 24th March and Saturday 25th March presented with the support of Willoughby City Council.