Screenings

Screenings

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Treading Lightly Screenings

Screenings announced soon!

Treading Lightly has only just been sent off to film festivals around the world. With the exception of the sold out screenings in Adelaide, South Australia, the film is yet to be released further afield. Please check back soon.

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  • positive review  Beautifully made film! Honestly portrayed journey of relatable but remarkable individuals which highlights on the importance of taking action whilst being realistic and positive. Well done!

    thumb Sarah Bee
    2/09/2019

    positive review  Very entertaining, informative, inspiring and honest documentary. Thank you Nick and Jamie!

    thumb Yaisa Nio
    3/16/2019

    positive review  Brilliant documentary, definitely worth watching. bother entertaining and very informative!

    thumb Jane Ellis
    2/09/2019
  • positive review  This film had me thinking hard about how I can reduce my driving kilometres! Thank you for showing a second screening it was both informative & entertaining!

    thumb Athalee Kemp
    3/16/2019

    positive review  Simple but enlightening and excellent!

    thumb Udoy Saikia
    2/10/2019

    positive review  Funny, interesting and educational - this is a great doco that will make you more aware of the challenges we all face environmentally, ecologically and in terms of sustainability. Great stuff!

    thumb Noah S-b
    3/19/2019
  • positive review  Nick and Jamie have attempted what few people are prepared to do and have beautifully illustrated just how hard it is to reduce our carbon footprint in modern society. Nick is a fantastic story teller and the movie is both highly entertaining and hugely educational. I loved it!

    thumb Kato San
    3/19/2019

    positive review  Treading Lightly is a brilliantly constructed film on the subject of human impact in a environmental context. Sub-consciously it addresses the questions we all have on our effect on the world. Without guilt and shame, I walked away feeling enlightened, empowered and dare I say thoroughly entertained...the journey is equally hilarious! Highly recommend you seek it out, you’ll be charmed and surprised!

    thumb Tim Standing
    2/09/2019

    positive review  Raw and real. There has never been a more relevant time for this, a must watch for people anywhere in the world. A total wake up call!

    thumb Zoe Gardner
    3/21/2019
  • positive review  Brilliantly constructed and a joy to watch!

    thumb Peach Klimkiewicz
    2/09/2019

    positive review  I really enjoyed the film. It was informative, entertaining and honest. Nick and Jamie are to be applauded for their principles and commitment to the cause of living in a sustainable way. The film shows a very challenging year in their lives, complete with real life issues that cause them to weigh up their values and priorities. It certainly makes the viewer consider their own lifestyle and attitudes towards the planet and its future. And I love that it was set in my part of Adelaide! Well done and thank you.

    thumb Alison Winter
    2/08/2019

    positive review  Fun, human, inspirational & informative

    thumb Vicki Thomson
    3/15/2019
  • positive review  This was a really watchable film, great, important messages and laughs the whole way through. I’ll encourage everyone I know to watch it.

    thumb Jason Chong
    2/09/2019

    positive review  A truly honest portrayal. Hilarious, inspiring and very educational. Highly recommended 🌱

    thumb Sophie Blewett
    3/15/2019

    positive review  My 14-year-old son and I loved the Treading Lightly Film. It has really made me stop and think about my own carbon footprint and how I can start to reduce and offset it. I believe it should be shown throughout Australian schools. I definitely need to watch it again and take some notes next time. Well done Nick and Jamie! What an incredible effort for the sake of our beautiful Mother Nature.

    thumb Tracy Secombe
    2/09/2019