The Transitions Film Festival 2017 in partnership with Willoughby City Council will be presenting 2 days of inspirational free screenings at the Concourse Urban Screen - 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood NSW on Friday, March 24 @ 1:00 pm to Saturday, March 25 @ 8:30 pm.
This series of free screenings highlights include National Geographic's Year's of Living Dangerously series, Just Eat It, Who Cares?, Haida Gwaii, and Catching The Sun. See further down for the full program.
The TFF is a visionary film festival that highlights the challenges we face, cutting edge ideas, creative innovations and mega trends that are redefining us. Be sure to check out the rest of the amazing educational, eye-opening program of the festival.
What it takes to be Extraordinary was filmed over 7 years and shines the light on one inspirational man who founded the Nepal Orphans Home. Michael Hess dedicated his life to educate, empower and care for impoverished children selflessly, making a significant impact. Who Cares introduces us to people who come up with simple solutions to the hard questions affecting us all. This is nothing less than a movement that inspires ordinary people to be change-makers.
Just Eat It follows food lovers Jen and Grant who after catching a glimpse of food wastage, pledge to quit grocery shopping cold turkey and survive only on foods that wold otherwise be thrown away. This doco is equal parts education and delicious entertainment. Years of Living Dangerously is an award winning series filled with passionate Hollywood actors sharing their first person accounts about the effects of climate change.
The 3 episodes shown will be Safe Passage (investigating the future of the US automobile industry); A Race Against Time (the future of solar power across the US and renewable energy plans in India); and Collapse of the Oceans (the impact of climate change on Australia's Great Barrier Reef).
The Future of Energy (working towards a new energy paradigm); Haida Gwaii (a unique community uniting to protect land and sea for the next generation); and Places We Love (Australia's iconic natural wonders and the impact climate change is having on them) complete the amazing freebies being screened, so don't miss it.