The Transitions Film Festival returns to Sydney this March with another enthralling line-up of world-changing films. Returning for the seventh time in Melbourne, and the second time in Sydney, the Festival showcases local and international documentaries aimed at empowering audiences to build a better world.
The films in this year's Sydney 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.
The tour opens with internationally acclaimed artist Chris Jordan's highly anticipated debut feature Albatross, a powerful and poetic film about the crises of plastic in our oceans and closes with the NSW premiere of Food Fighter, the latest film from Mint Pictures which follows the powerhouse founder and CEO of OzHarvest, Ronni Kahn on her epic crusade to end food waste in Australia.
Other highlights include the NSW premiere of Evolution of Organic, the latest film from the makers of A Fierce Green Fire, which paints an endearing portrait of the founders of the organic food movement and highlights the potential of organic practices to combat 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.
Complementing the festival program is a speaker program featuring panel discussions with thought leaders from the business, academic and changemaker worlds. Special guests of the tour include Ronni Kahn (CEO and Founder of OzHarvest), Dan Goldberg (Director of Food Fighter), Tim Silverwood (Founder and CEO of Take 3), Alexx Stuart founder of Low Tox Life and Tom Dawkins (CEO of StartSomeGood).
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The Transitions Film Festival runs from the 20th until the 22nd of March at Sydney's Newtown Dendy Cinema before touring to Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and Darwin.