Free entry

Films for the Future - 2040

Documentarian Damon Gameau travels the world in search of climate change solutions, and discovers the long-held value of regenerative practices. 

2040 explores the interconnectedness of how we treat the environment and how we treat people, and asks us to imagine what the future could look like for today’s young people if we each took part in developing solutions to the climate crisis.

Thanks to Live Lightly and the Low Carbon Network, we’ll be holding a free screening of 2040 at Ellen Melville on October 25th from 6.30pm. Along with the screening we’ll be joined by local climate champions telling the stories of the future they’re imagining together.

Films for the Future - a hopeful film series is a collaboration between For the Love of Bees, Live Lightly and Ellen Melville Centre.

The series offers a motivating movie experience partnered with the chance to meet a relevant local hero working on a real project in your town, who teaches a real skill on the night that you can take away and implement immediately.

These are solutions-focused nights that leave people feeling inspired and able to make a difference.

Park for $2 per hour, to a maximum of $10 on evenings and weekends at the Victoria St car park. Find out more.

Last updated: 21 October 2019