The Environmental Film Festival Australia (EFFA) - showcases the best environmental films from around the world, highlighting environmental issues, impacts, challenges and solutions, and connecting you with local filmmakers and environmental experts inspiring positive change.
From climate change, e-waste and food ethics, to displaced communities, animal rights and land conservation, EFFA brings you 42 films from 16 countries, covering global topics from local perspectives.
Be moved by personal stories of courage, hope, desperation and despair, and be inspired to make small every day changes that make a big difference towards a more sustainable future.
Special events include: an opening night event featuring National Geographic film Into the Okavango; a screening of Antoe’s Ark including a Q&A with former Kiribati President, now environmental campaigner, Anote Tong; a four-part VR series on climate change; and a chill-out live music performance by pianist Rose Reibl accompanying slow cinema film, Sleep Has Her House.
Screenings and events at ACMI at Federation Square and Palace Westgarth Cinema, 89 High Street Northcote.
Tickets to #EFFA2018 are now available at effa.org.au