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An inspiring line-up of world-changing documentaries

The Transitions Film Festival returns to Adelaide this May with another enthralling line-up of world-changing films. Returning for the seventh time in Melbourne, and the 5th time in Adelaide, the Festival showcases local and international documentaries aimed at inspiring and empowering audiences to build a better world.

The films in this year's Adelaide program cover a diverse range of themes including the future of food, ocean health, universal basic income, and the rise of 'consciousness hacking' in the age of artificial intelligence.

Food Fighter

The Festival opens with the South Australian premiere of Food Fighter, which follows the powerhouse founder and CEO of OzHarvest, Ronni Kahn, on her epic crusade to end food waste in Australia, and closes with internationally acclaimed artist Chris Jordan's highly anticipated debut feature, Albatross - a deeply powerful and poetic film about the crises of plastic in our oceans.

Albatross

The history and future of how humanity will feed itself is also a central theme of this year's Festival. Evolution of Organic, the latest film from the makers of A Fierce Green Fire, paints an endearing portrait of the founders of the organic food movement, and Empathy follows a quirky Spanish filmmaker on his journey to question the relationship between humans and animals.

Evolution of Organic

Operation Jeedara, an Australian documentary narrated by Bob Brown, celebrates the mission of a brave crew as they set out to protect the Great Australian Bight from the destructive impacts of oil pollution, and Guardians of The Earth gives audiences an intimate glimpse behind the closed doors of the Paris Climate Agreement negotiations.

Operation Jeedara
Operation Jeedara
Other highlights include Living In The Future's Past, a lyrical film narrated by Academy-Award winning actor Jeff Bridges about the role of evolution and psychology in tackling climate change, Free Lunch Society, which explores the history and future of universal basic income in a post-work world, and SuperSapiens, a fascinating documentary featuring Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, Nick Bostrom and Ben Goertzel, about the moral and ethical implications of merging man with machine.
SuperSapiens
SuperSapiens

Tickets are now on sale for the screenings and special events: click here to book online.


Thanks to Transitions Film Festival, we have three double passes to give away!

  • For your chance to win free tickets to Food Fighter, use the code AFOODFIGHTWEN

  • For your chance to win tickets to Evolution of Organic, use code AORGANICWEN

  • For your chance to win tickets to Operation Jeedara, use code AOPERATIONWEN

    Enter via the Transitions Film Festival Win page!

    www.transitionsfilmfestival.com/win

    Enter one, or all three! Winners notified one week prior to screening date.


  • The Transitions Film Festival runs from the 18th until the 27th of May at Mercury Cinema.

    For more information on the 2018 program, ticketing and venue information, please visit www.transitionsfilmfestival.com, www.facebook.com/TransitionsFF and @transitionsfest


    Transitions Film Festival 2018 30 sec teaser from TRANSITIONS FILM FESTIVAL on Vimeo.

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    When: May 18 - 27
    Where: Mercury Cinemas, 13 Morphett St, Adelaide SA 5000
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