Hosted by The Little Projector Company
Powered by bicycles, the Climate Emergency Cinema invites you to experience a series of outdoor films at MPavilion celebrating the urgent grassroots action around climate change.
After having to cancel the Climate Emergency Cinema Impact Shorts in January due to weather warnings, the films and discussions have been rescheduled to Feb 5.
Co-curated by the Transitions Film Festival and Little Projector Company, the curated program of short films and award-winning feature documentaries will be introduced by leading thinkers and activists leading the climate emergency campaign here in Melbourne. You’ll even have the chance as an audience member to ride a bicycle and help power the screenings!
Please note the short films screening on Tuesday, 14 January has been rescheduled to Wednesday, 5 February. We hope to see you there!
21 Jan, 8:00 —Panel + Metamorphosis
28 Jan, 8:00—Panel featuring 2040 impact producer Kim Ingles, Chrissy Downes of Student Strikes Melbourne, and Darebin Councillor Trent McCarthy + 2040
5 Feb, 8:00— Panel + Climate Emergency Short Films (includes Home Front, the award-winning film from Sustainable Living Festival Director, Luke Taylor.)
Screening in the lead up to Transitions Film Festival, which takes place Feb 20 – March 6