EVENT: Wild Earth Oceania Film Festival

Get ready for an unforgettable cinematic experience at the Inaugural Wild Earth Oceania Film Festival, taking place in Adelaide from January 16th to 24th. This exciting week-long event features an impressive line-up of short films, as well as Opening and Closing Night Gala functions that are not to be missed.

We’re thrilled to announce that the Environment Institute is one of the proud sponsors of this event and will be presenting two extraordinary sessions on Tuesday January 23rd at the Braggs Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide. Each session will be followed by an expert Q&A panel, providing valuable insights and further discussion on the topics raised in the films.

The Wild Earth Oceania Film Festival itself will showcase 68 incredible films over 21 sessions relating to Wildlife, the Environment, Indigenous culture, and Natural History with expert Q&A panels afterwards.  The full festival program is available here.

As Environment Institute supporters you are eligible for 20% off the follow Environment Institute supported films using the code WEO_VIP_EI_SUBSCRIBERS.

Human Nature Reconnection

“Human Nature Reconnection” explores the theme of how we can treat nature right and co-exist harmoniously together. Five remarkable films will delve into this subject, taking you on an inspiring journey from giant underwater forests to Belizean fisherfolks turning into shark researchers. This session promises to provide valuable insights into alternative ways for us to interact with wildlife.

  • Skin Deep (19 minutes)
  • Return to K’gari (21 minutes)
  • Life Amongst the Boulders (5 minutes)
  • Shark Researchers: A New Approach to Shark Conservation (3 minutes)
  • Reviving Giants (9 minutes)

Date: Tuesday 23rd January
Time: 10am-12pm
Venue: The Braggs Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide

Secure your tickets here.


Rewilding Our World

“Rewilding Our World” is all about bringing nature back! You’ll be taken on a rewilding world tour, from cheetah reintroductions in South Africa to marine gardening in Korea, through six captivating films.

  • Wild Connection (14 minutes)
  • Odrina the Lynx (5 minutes)
  • Penny: Harvesting Hope (6 minutes)
  • Gardening marine forests: A hands-on approach to restoration (20 minutes)
  • My Neighbour is a Bear (16 minutes)
  • Beavers About Town (9 minutes)

Date: Tuesday 23rd January
Time: 1.30pm-3.30pm
Venue: The Braggs Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide

Get your tickets are here.

We can’t wait to see you there!!

This entry was posted in Climate, Environment Institute, Events, Faculty of Sciences Engineering and Technology, Media Release, News, Plant Conservation, Science communication, sustainability and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.