Every feature film screening at EFFA this year is preluded by an Australian short. Australian filmmakr Emily Oconnell's short film Person of the Forest will be screening alongside The Borneo Case - book now.
Through education and training, social enterprises, employment and community engagement, CERES provides the means by which people can build awareness of current local and global issues, and join in the movement for economic, social and environmental sustainability.
Seedwell is a project partnership between Marist 180 and The Salvation Army in Melbourne. It is run out of two sites, in Brunswick and St Kilda, and aims to teach young people and the broader community permaculture and sustainability skills.
Less Meat Less Heat (LMLH) is a grassroots, non-profit organisation dedicated to shifting societal attitudes towards meat consumption and as such curtailing agriculture’s damaging influence on the global climate.
This year at EFFA we have more short films than you can shake a boom mic at. There's our International Shorts package, which is so good we almost made it the opening night film. Then there's our selection of experimental shorts, from virtual reality to sensory environments.
Every feature film screening at EFFA this year is preluded by an Australian short. We sat down (virtually, at our computers) for five quick questions with Australian filmmaker Angus Ward. Angus' short film Junk Food will be screening alongside Simon Amstell's Carnage at our opening night.
Weekend Notes featured this year's program on the website: "EFFA has searched the world to bring inspiring environmental films and perspectives to Melbourne screens, and is also showcasing some outstanding Australian environmental short films."