Young filmmaker Julia Barnes embarks on an epic journey around the world to save the ecosystems we depend on for survival.
The Environmental Film Festival will shine in Canberra on October 18. Is it possible to create an artificial sun? Let There Be Light follows the story of dedicated scientists working to build a small sun on Earth, which would unleash perpetual, cheap, clean energy for all humankind.
Adapted from Nobel Prize-winner Svetlana Alexievich’s book, and official Oscar foreign language submission from Luxembourg, Voices from Chernobyl is "an arresting portrait of the wandering spirits that roam the desolate ruins of Ukraine’s most historically controversial milieu".
Donna Haraway is a prominent scholar in science and technology, a feminist, and a science-fiction enthusiast who became known in the 1980s through her work on gender, identity, and technology; a turning point in the affirmation of a frank and cheerful form of feminism.
In the middle of an economic crisis, in the shadow of Wall Street, an institution that represents a less well-known American tradition is booming. The Park Slope Food Coop: a cooperative supermarket where all 16,000 members work 3 hours per month to earn the right to buy the best food in New York at incredibly low prices.
Reel Impact: Environmental Film Industry Development Day, networking session. This will be a chance to connect with environmental video and film practitioners, communicators, educators and eNGO employees to discuss the ideas raised during the day's sessions.
Reel Impact: Environmental Film Industry Development Day, session 5. These days nearly every significant production starts with a crowdfunding campaign. So what makes a successful campaign and what does a comprehensive fundraising plan for an environmental documentary look like?
Reel Impact: Environmental Film Industry Development Day, session 3. Many environmental films are made with a mind to generate awareness that leads to improved environmental outcomes. But just how effective can enviro-films be, and are we making the most of film’s potential?
Reel Impact: Environmental Film Industry Development Day, session 2. Join us in conversation with established environmental filmmakers reflecting on what they’ve learnt since their first enviro film, their experiences working with NGOs, making an impact with their work, and their thoughts on the current state of the industry.
Reel Impact: Environmental Film Industry Development Day, session 1. Filmmaker Mila Aung-Thwin, director of Canadian film Let There Be Light will host a one-hour conversation about this new documentary, his filmmaking process, his thoughts on making environmentally themed productions and how he chooses his subjects.