WeRiseUP (15+)

The world is in the midst of a tremendous period of transition and our current models aren’t adequate to support the future that is quickly emerging. At this critical inflection point, WeRiseUP asks a fundamental question: What is success?

Through an intimate inquiry with leading business, entertainment, and thought leaders, along with the voices of global citizens from all walks of life, the film explores new personal, systemic and collective models of success, prosperity, contribution and what it will take for humanity to create a thriving future.

Transitioning between intimate dialogue to cinematically stunning visuals and music driven interstitials, this film is a radical departure from the expert-driven documentary, into a profound personal journal of inquiry, reflection and action.

 

Screening includes local short film: Yarn 2048
Directed by Salvador Cantellano

This beautiful film spotlights artist Melissa Spratt and Relative Creative as they collaborate on this textile piece of protest art. The artwork is contemporary in nature while the film is nostalgic in style. The aim was to compliment the nostalgia that yarn invokes while emphasis on the process and philosophy of this exciting piece of artwork that is described as futures map.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT DOCFEST
February 9-11 at HOTA Home of the Arts

Thought-provoking and engaging documentaries that shine a light on the realities of climate change and human’s relationship with the planet.

Curated by the Gold Coast Film Festival, 15-26 April 2020.

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