Volunteer Movie Night at EFFA!

Please join us for a VERY special October volunteer movie night at the Environmental Film Festival Australia!

This month we are thrilled to invite you to join us at the Environmental Film Festival Australia's screening of 'Connection to Country'.

Powerful and poignant, Connection to Country explores the relationship that exists between Indigenous people and their land and charts their battle to get their unique cultural heritage recognised, conserved and celebrated.

This screening will be followed by a panel discussion.

The amazing EFFA team are offering all Climate for Change volunteers discounted tickets!!! 

Simply enter the discount code EFFACON12 at the checkout when you purchase tickets to get the special $12 ticket price. 

Watch the 'Connection to Country' trailer and purchase tickets here!

Climate for Change movie nights are an opportunity for us all to come together for a bite, a drink, a chat and, of course, to re-engage with climate change through cinema! We encourage you to bring friends, family & partners along to get involved in the conversation in this fun and relaxed environment. 

  • Arrive around 6.30pm to meet up with other Climate for Change volunteers and find a good seat
  • The screening will run from 7 to 8pm
  • A panel discussion will follow from 8-8.45pm
  • We will be meeting at a bar somewhere close by after the movie for anyone who would like to come along for a drink, a chat, or to learn more about Climate for Change volunteer opportunities

 *This event is open to any of our current volunteers AND volunteers-to-be, so don't be shy!

October 14, 2017 at 7:00pm - 8:45pm
ACMI - Federation Square, Flinders St Melbourne Australia
Federation Square Flinders St Melbourne VIC 3000
Melbourne 3000
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Josie ·
Charlotte Dowling Serena Davies Claudia Innes

Will you come?

Aboriginal flag Torres Strait Islander flag

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples around the world are at the forefront of climate change, both in experiencing its effects and leading solutions for change. We pay our sincerest respects to all Elders, past and present.