There's never been a more vital time to understand our world and imagine a better future.
Transitions Film Festival is returning with a programme full of documentaries about the existential challenges, creative innovations and heroic pioneers who can help us envision a normal.
This is Transitions' first ever virtual programme, available online nationwide.
The festival kicks off with the premiere of Environment Victoria's 'Beyond The Burning'.
Highlights of Transitions include 'The Hidden Life Of Trees', the documentary follow-up to the best-selling book which journeys with Peter Wohlleben, 'Making A Mountain' following globally-renowned architect Bjarke Ingles on a quest to build an artificial ski-slope on a waste-to-energy power plant in Copenhagen, and 'Beyond Zero', a biopic about pioneer Ray Anderson, founder of Interface, and his missing to redefine business in the era of climate change.
'Invisible Hand' produced by and featuring Mark Ruffalo spotlights a powerful new tool in the quest to protect our planet: the legal rights of nature.
'Where There Once Was Water'
The climate crisis is a central theme of this year's programme.
There's 'Borealis', 'Megafires' and 'Where There Once Was Water'.
Activism is celebrated in 'Citizen Nobel', 'Barefoot' travels with viral sensation Mark Baumer, 'Youth On Strike!' gets up close and personal with leading Australian youth climate organizers.
'NOW' blends personal stories of youth activists with iconic influencers, while 'The Walrus And The Whistleblower' is a biopic about an animal rights activist sued for $1.5 million trying to protect the life of a walrus named Smooshi. The full programme can be viewed here. Transitions Film Festival runs from 23 February-15 March.