Events

Community screenings of Beyond the Burning

Watch our new film at a community screening near you!

This list will be updated regularly as more screenings are added.

No events near you? Sign up to host a community screening in your neighbourhood here >>

MORWELL – WEDNESDAY 14 JULY

The Latrobe Valley Sustainability Group is showing Beyond the Burning at their next meeting.

When: Wednesday 14 July, 7:30pm

Where: Gippsland Multicultural Services
26-28 Tarwin Street, Morwell

Hosted by: Latrobe Valley Sustainability Group

Registration: to express an interest in joining the screening, email [email protected]

BRIAGOLONG film festival – SUNDAY 18 JULY

The Briagolong Mechanics’ Institute Hall will be hosting a 3 night, 2 day festival of Australian films, including a showing of Beyond the Burning.

When: Sunday 18 July, 11am

Where: Briagolong Hall
9-11 Avon St Briagolong

Hosted by: Briagolong Film Festival

Registration: tickets are free. More info here >>

Melbourne Documentary Film Festival – 28 July

When: Wednesday 28 July at 6:15pm (playing before feature film)

Where: Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon St, Carlton

Tickets: Beyond the Burning is playing before the documentary Mental as Anything. Tickets are $20 Adult and $16 Concession. Book online here >>

GECO21 film festival – 23 July to 31 July

When: 23 to 31 July

Where: Online as part of the festival’s collection of environmental documentaries.

Tickets: $9 for six documentaries online. Book here >>

SWANPOOL enviro film festival – saturday 23 OCTOBER

The Swanpool Enviro Film Festival includes three sessions with films and guest speakers (including Beyond the Burning) with breaks for afternoon tea and a light evening meal.

When: Sunday 13 June, 11am

Where: Swanpool Cinema
2386 Midland Highway, Swanpool

Hosted by: Swanpool Enviro Film Festival

Registration: tickets are $30. Bookings open on Friday 1 October. More info here >>

Sign up to host your own community screening

Design your film screening to suit you – whether it’s your family in the lounge room, your workplace at lunch time, or a bustling gathering in your local town hall. You could even host the film screening online, so everyone can enjoy from the comfort of their own homes.  

It can be as large or as small as you’d like. What matters is bringing together your friends, neighbours, co-workers or classmates to watch and reflect on what last summer’s bushfires might mean for you – helping to inspire meaningful climate action in your own community.

Once you’ve registered your interest in hosting a screening, we’ll be in touch with a Host Guide that includes:

  • How to access the film for free
  • Tips and tricks for your event
  • A conversation guide to explore the themes of the film

 For questions, please contact [email protected]onmentvictoria.org.au