CITY DREAMERS
Oct
25
6:15 PM18:15

CITY DREAMERS

Meet some of the most celebrated women architects of our time. Although pioneers of creating socially just societies and paving the way for modern urban development and planning as we know it, they’ve had to fight for recognition – and a place a table – along the way.

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SWARM SEASON
Oct
25
8:45 PM20:45

SWARM SEASON

At times playing out like an entrancing dream-like sequence, this film captures a mother and daughter’s commitment to keeping a bee colony, probing us to think about out connection to our land now – and what this might look like in the future.

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QUEEN WITHOUT LAND
Oct
26
2:15 PM14:15

QUEEN WITHOUT LAND

A love letter to a mother polar bear and her cubs filmed over four years, this nature documentary connects us to life in the Arctic – then, now and as envisaged into the future – as climate change ravages this beautiful archipelago and the lives and ecosystems which depend on it.

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MOSSVILLE
Oct
26
5:15 PM17:15

MOSSVILLE

If the ancestral land of your family – and the only home you’ve ever known – was suddenly contaminated by petrochemical waste, would you stay or would you go? The story of one man’s determination to remain with his roots – whatever the cost.

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THE HOTTEST AUGUST
Oct
26
8:30 PM20:30

THE HOTTEST AUGUST

Billed as the ‘Humans of New York’ approach to environmental documentary making, we gain a unique inside view into the opinions of everyday Americans trying to understand climate change – or not. From optimists to deniers to futurists, this film offers a lucid look at the backdrop to the ecological crisis taking place around us.

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MA’OHI NUI
Oct
27
8:15 PM20:15

MA’OHI NUI

Part-documentary, part-visual poetry, this dream-like film captures the impacts of the colonial past, decades of nuclear testing by the French in the Polynesian archipelago, and the Indigenous community’s commitment to rebuilding their lands, lives and identities.

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GRIT
Oct
29
8:30 PM20:30

GRIT

In 2006, a catastrophic mud tsunami erupted in East Java as a result of drilling for natural gas. Some 13 years later it still continues to flow – and is expected to do so until 2030. But what about the 60,000 people displaced by this devastating event? Meet Dian – then just six years old when the tsunami began, and now a teenager – who has spent most of her life campaigning for justice and compensation for her family and her community. A sadly familiar but incredibly inspiring story of everyday communities battling corporate power in the thick of extreme environmental exploitation.

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TITIXE
Oct
30
6:45 PM18:45

TITIXE

As a Mexican family grieves the loss of their patriarch, they are also determined to farm the family land one last time. But what happens when Indigenous agricultural practices are lost, in a country which has forsaken its origins? This film will be followed by a very special panel discussion with local Indigenous Elders and leaders discussing connection to country and the importance of sharing agricultural practices across the generations.

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AUSTRALIAN SHORTS
Oct
31
6:45 PM18:45

AUSTRALIAN SHORTS

Join us for a carefully curated series of Australian shorts, spanning a range of important environmental issues from a local perspective – from drought management and conservation, to food waste and plant-based fashion.

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