Search for the missing ingredient: leadership

The one-hour documentary film ‘Climate Changers‘ follows acclaimed Australian scientist and writer Tim Flannery as he searches for the missing ingredient in our fight against climate change – leadership.

Trailer for Climate Changers

Where are the climate leaders who will drive change? How might they succeed where others have failed? Tim Flannery poses these questions as he meets global leaders from the corridors of power and frontlines of climate change.

Climate Changers delves into what frustrates Tim, what motivates him, and where he believes the solutions lie to humanity’s greatest challenge. 

Watch trailer  |  Get tickets at Village Cinemas  (Geelong: Sunday 17 September 2023 at 5:15pm)

“Any leader, presented with the devastating events of this summer, who continues to feel that rallying the public around a genuine climate emergency plan is too politically risky, is not a leader fit for these times.”
~ Seth Klein, leader of the Climate Emergency Unit in Canada

The national cinema screenings follow the film’s World Premiere at the 2023 Sydney Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best Australian Documentary and Sustainable Future Awards. 

2007 Australian of the year, professor Tim Flannery has written more than 27 natural history and environmental books, several documentary series and is a well known ABC Radio, NPR and BBC presenter, prominent for his climate change communication, research and advocacy. He is an internationally acclaimed scientist, explorer, conservationist and leading climate change writer. Currently Tim is Chief Councillor of the Climate Council. Professor Flannery has held various academic positions at the University of Adelaide, South Australian Museum, Australian Museum and Harvard University.

Climate Changers National Cinema Launch and Q&A Screening:
Sunday 17 September 2023 at 5:30pm AEST

Climate Changers is distributed in Australia by Antidote Films and is part of Documentary Australia’s Environmental Accelerator program, with support from Intrepid Travel. The national Q&A event is presented by ethical super fund Future Super, and the film’s key impact partner is the Climate Council