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Australia’s largest solutions-focused sustainability film festival is on again. This year the festival offers six national premieres, 15 feature films and more than 24 short films. Venues include Federation Square, Cinema Nova and ACMI. Guest speakers at various events include Bob Brown, Anna Rose and Drew Hutton. Matt Damon and John Krasinski's anti-fracking film Promised Land will screen on February 17 followed by a panel discussion.

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Transitions Film Festival 2013 details

Around Melbourne, Melbourne 3000

Price up to $25.00

Date 15 Feb 2013-23 Feb 2013

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