WILD THINGS Student protesters Harriet O


Wild Things documentary follows a new generation of environmental activists that are mobilising against forces more powerful than themselves and saying: enough. Armed only with mobile phones, this growing army of eco warriors will do whatever it takes to save their futures from the ravages of climate change. From chaining themselves to coal trains, sitting high in the canopy of threatened rainforest or locking onto bulldozers, their non-violent tactics are designed to generate mass action with one finger tap. Against a backdrop of drought, fire and floods; we witness how today’s environmentalists are making a difference and explore connections with the past through the untold stories of previous campaigns. Surprisingly the methods of old still have currency when a groundswell of school students inspired by the actions of 16-year old Greta Thunberg say, ‘change is coming’ and call a national strike demanding action against global warming.

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Adelaide Film Festival
Thur 15 Oct, 2.45pm
Palace Nova Eastend Eximax
Adelaide Film Festival
Sun 25 Oct, 3pm
Palace Nova Eastend Eximax


Cinefest Oz
Thur 27 August, 10.30am
Margaret River HEART, WA
Cinefest Oz
Fri 28 Aug, 12.30pm
Orana Cinemas Busselton, WA


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Wild Things was produced on lands belonging to the Birri, Dja Dja Wurrung, Larrakia, Palawa, Wadawurrung, Wangan and Jagalingou and Wurundjeri people.