EFFA’s Community Storytelling Project sees grassroots environmental groups create their own short films using smartphones, working with impact filmmaking agency Digital Storytellers to capture and share their stories. These short films screened alongside feature films throughout the festival in 2018.
EFFA’s Community Storytelling Project was made possible thanks to the generous support of Bank Australia - EFFA’s major partner for 2018.
Environment Victoria was one of the participants in EFFA’s Community Storytelling Project in 2018:
The Victorian election on 24 November is a crucial moment for clean energy and action on climate change in our state. One of the key battlegrounds for votes is Frankston in Melbourne's south-east. Local resident Adele shares her passion for the environment and introduces the new Frankston Hub, a volunteer headquarters for Environment Victoria's "vote for clean energy" campaign. Learn more and get involved at repowervic.org.au
Environment Victoria is one of Australia's leading environment charities. Formed in the 1960s, the organisation is independent, not-for-profit and funded by community donations.