Director: Jane Hammond 

Documentary | 54m 29s

Australia | 2020  

Language: English

WA’s south-west forests are part of one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet and are recognised for their ability to capture and store carbon. They are vital to slowing run-away climate change yet instead of preserving them we are cutting them down at an alarming rate for charcoal, firewood and woodchips. Forests play a crucial role in the water cycle but the streams that once bubbled through these ecological communities are drying up and the critical habitat they provide for endangered species is shrinking. Cry of the Forests takes viewers to the heart of the forests to see first-hand the beauty of these towering ecosystems and the life they support. We meet the activists armed with go-pros and dressed in camouflage gear risking their lives to bear witness to the logging and we meet traditional custodians, tourist operators & farmers on the frontline of the battle to protect our forests.

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Director: Pins Sébastien  

Drama | 11m 

BELGIUM | 2019

Language: French

Australian Premiere

"A horse logger and his horse take us deep into a forest in the Ardennes as the seasons go by, living his passion under the gaze of a strange young girl… The man will teach her his passion of draft horse logging: this is a film about the idea of passing down, and how some encounters can lead to a life’s calling. The short film “Traces” shows today’s youth as the main force of the preservation of our forests. It also highlights of the emotional symbiosis between man, the animal and the forest."

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Director: Jiayu Cheng (Aaron), Jianan Li (Leah)

Joshua GioffrE, Heng Weng Pang (Wendy)

Animation | 3m 15s 

Australia | 2020

World Premiere

Beautiful animation talking about how an old story could be our story due to how we are dealing with climate change.



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