Join us for the EFFA 2018 special opening night celebrations, with food, drinks and entertainment included. Opening night is presented by LUSH.
A heartbreaking and heartwarming story of a long-time environmentalist and activist.
From stunning landscapes with dark stories, to simulating the great outdoors via interior design, EFFA’s experimental short films make you rethink your surrounds - indoors and out.
A compelling and ultimately terrifying investigative documentary that will make you question everything in your kitchen.
A cinematic journey across several continents that clears up prejudices and points out solutions.
Join us for this special Saturday night chill out session – a slow and atmospheric cinematic experience.
If you’ve ever wondered where your electronic waste goes, this film is for you.
Dark Eden explores the reality behind the dream of a better life; what is lost and what is gained in the pursuit of personal wealth and perceived happiness.
Following the global financial crisis in 2008, Melbourne-based Rob Henry seeks out a new lifestyle and arrives to the tropical islands of Mentawai, Indonesia, where he finds himself immersed between two contrasting local villages.
With indomitable spirit, gentle strength and charm, the Kiribati people have become the face of climate change, imploring us to contemplate the crisis of rapidly submerging nations, and the associated impacts on cultural identity.
Short in length, but big on impact, EFFA’s carefully curated international short films bring local perspectives to environmental challenges, issues and solutions.
The Experimental City educates us to an important, relevant chapter in imaginative design.
On the island of Bougainville, an autonomous region of Papua New Guinea, a revolution rages.
Is it possible for us to live completely waste free?
Each and every one of us has the power to make a difference, and Living the Change sets out to inspire us to do just that.
The creativity, inquisitiveness, determination and optimism of young people is showcased in Inventing Tomorrow, as we follow six high school students from across the globe competing in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
The story of the world’s environmental history has been captured in the Greenland ice sheet for millions of years.