The Transitions Film Festival — 18 February to 3 March 2016

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Win free tickets to Transitions Film Festival!

Transitions Film Festival is returning to Cinema Nova this February 18 with an inspirational line up of world-changing films. To celebrate, we have a double pass to give away to Plant This Movie, screening Thursday 25 February at 6:30pm. From vacant lots to rooftops to front yards, urban agriculture is growing, and Plant This Movie explores the challenges and successes of farming in the city.

For your chance to win, head to the Transitions Film Festival ‘win‘ page and enter the code PTMCOMG

Enter to win: http://goo.gl/X6g2o1

More about the film: http://goo.gl/nz8zzG

Film highlight — Plant This Movie

Plant This Movie, documents the rise and rise of international urban agriculture — 83min, directed by Karney Hatch, Australian premiere, presented by Oxfam Australia.

Narrated by Daryl Hannah, Plant This Movie explores the zeitgeist of urban farming around the world.

From the incredible story of Havana, Cuba, to communities of urban farmers in cities as diverse as Shanghai, Calcutta, Addis Ababa, London, and Lima, the rise of urban agriculture is quickly becoming an unstoppable force.

From vacant lots, to rooftops to front yards, the place for food in our cities is changing, and Plant This Movie shows why.

Screening Thursday 25 February @ 6:30 pm
Where: Cinema Nova 380 Lygon St Carlton

Film highlight — Polyfaces

‘Polyfaces’ is an exciting documentary that features one of the world’s best farms in action. It reveals how the Salatin family and their team are healing the land, regenerating the local economy, inspiring people all around the world, and feeding over 6,000 families ethically produced, nutrient dense foods. If you Eat, Buy, or Grow food then this is a film you must see

Screening two session: 10.30am or 2.30pm, Saturday 20 February
Where: Cinema Nova 380 Lygon St Carlton

Film highlight — 10 Billion — What’s on your plate

The film examines the big question of how enough food can be produced when the world’s population reaches 10 billion. We’re all active consumers – and the film will help us decide how to act.

Screening: Thursday, February 25 @ 8:45 pm
Where: Cinema Nova 380 Lygon St Carlton

About the Festival

The fifth annual Transitions Film Festival takes place Feb 18 – March 3 at Cinema Nova, with pre-festival screenings at Fed Square in partnership with Pause Fest on Feb 9 and 10 and at The New Joneses City Square on Feb 11.

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