by GREG KING
This year the Environmental Film Festival brings to the screen the best environmental films and perspectives, as well as showcasing some of the outstanding Australian voices making films exploring environmental issues. This year the program features 16 feature films, including one world premiere and two short film programs. The Environmental Film Festival Australia (EFFA) is more than just a film festival; it is a catalyst for positive and sustainable change. The festival screens at ACMI from October 12-19. The opening night film is the horror-comedy Carnage, from director Simon Amstell. Greg spoke to festival director Chris Gerbing to find out more about what’s on offer this year.