Environmental Film Festival Australia Presents Summer of Change

From Thursday 21 January 2021 -  07:00pm
To Thursday 04 February 2021 - 05:00pm

You are invited to EFFA (Environmental Film Festival Australia) Presents: Summer of Change, from Thursday 21 January to Thursday 4 February 2021. 

This season we celebrate all the visionaries, innovators and disruptors currently fighting to protect and preserve the integrity of our environment. 

With a program full of hope, we present to you the stories of the individual heroes and communities who are using the power of Action, Progress and Resistance to cultivate change, showcasing what lessons can be learned from these activists and how the post-COVID world could be a catalyst for bringing about positive environmental impact. 

That things will be markedly different is a certainty.

Through coming together around the medium of film, with documentaries, First Nations voices, short packages and even an animation featuring talking dogs, this online program is designed to galvanise our community by providing a platform for those striving to make a difference. 

All films are available to be streamed live and on demand throughout the festival. 

Join us opening night Thursday 21 January at 7pm for an exclusive special event exploring youth climate activism in Australia and beyond with Wild Things, Director Sally Ingleton, star of the Wild Things and youth climate activist Harriet O'Shea Carre, and a SEED youth activist. 

For more information and to buy tickets please visit Keep an eye on the website for more exciting additions to the program! 

Tickets range from $9 for a single session to $134 for a full Festival Pass. 

For more information and to purchase Summer of Change tickets, please visit 

5% of all profits will be paid to Pay The Rent. 





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