FTW: Transitions Film Festival 2016

THE Transitions Film Festival is back for another year at Cinema Nova with an inspirational line up of world-changing films. Daniel Driscoll has the details on how you can win a double pass to see two of the festival’s films.


Transitions Film Festival (TFF) returns to Cinema Nova this February, packing yet another diverse program full of insightful documentaries that challenge the way people think and empower individuals to enact change in their community.

Topics covered in TFF’s program controversial and empowering topics including activist grandmas, global tax avoidance, the history of climate change, international energy transitions, the future of the global food system and pathways out of poverty.

To celebrate, Meld Magazine have two double passes to give away — one to The Infinite Happiness and another to Capital C: The Crowdfunding Revolution.

The Infinite Happiness

The Infinite Happiness. Image Provided.

Image supplied.

Screening Tuesday, March 1 at 6.30pm, The Infinite Happiness is an all-access pass to one of the most fascinating buildings built in the last decade, “The 8 House”, and the power that design has to influence the way we live our lives.

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

Capital C: The Crowdfunding Revolution

Capital C. Image Provided.

Capital C: The Crowdfunding Revolution. Image Provided.

Screening Wednesday, March 2 at 8.45pm, Capital C: The Crowdfunding Revolution is an insightful, character driven look at what it takes to succeed at crowdfunding and the trials and tribulations faced along the way.
For your chance to win, head to the Transitions Film Festival ‘win’ page and enter the code CAPCMELD.
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