We want to thank all of our supporters and volunteers who made the Transition Film Festival Darwin such a great success.
Spanning over fours days, with four venues across Darwin and Palmerston, we showed six engaging documentaries as a part of the Darwin Fringe Festival. The support of the Darwin and Palmerston community was outstanding.
At our opening night on the Nightcliff Foreshore, we had over 200 people who come along to watch the documentary A Plastic Ocean. This overwhelming beginning led nicely into a relaxed Sunday at the Museum and Art Gallery NT, where we showed the documentaries New Economy and Reuse.
Monday and Tuesday at the Deckchair cinema also did not disappoint! We left with more insight into renewable energy and the importance of seeds. The documentaries where Power to Change and Seed the Untold Story. We were also given a good lesson about the negative impacts of the fashion industry at Goyder Square with the film RiverBlue.
ECNT would like to acknowledge and express our gratitude our sponsor who made this festival possible. Solar Futures – our major sponsor,
City of Palmerston, Inspiring Australia and off the leash magazine. we also would like to thank you to our supporters who help us with prizes for our raffle. The Readback Books for a gorgeous painting, COOLmob for a home energy Efficiency Audit and Lucky Bat Cafe, for a $50 voucher.
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