Collections and Climate Change a Finalist in 2020 Vienna Science Film Festival

20 July 2020

The Wind & Sky Productions short documentary ‘Collections and Climate Change’ is a finalist in the Best Science Movie category at the 2020 Vienna Science Film Festival.

‘Collections and Climate Change,’ a film about what living and museum collections can tell us about climate change in Victoria, joins 11 other finalists from around the world.

The Vienna Science Film Festival is a new event in the international calendar, featuring films or VR works in the field of science, artificial intelligence, natural history, art and science fiction.

Winners will be announced at a special screening ceremony held during the festival on the 6th and 7th November 2020 at the shikaneder theatre in Vienna.

We congratulate our fellow finalists and look forward to hearing more exciting news from this first-time festival in Vienna.

Many thanks to the festival programmers and judges for all their hard work putting the event together.

About Collections and Climate Change

In Victoria climate change is already impacting our oceans and our landscapes and our cultural, social and political life.

This film explores how Victoria’s scientific and cultural collections, both the static material kept in museums and the living flora and fauna of our parks and marine reserves, helps us understand the change that is occurring and what sort of actions we need to take in the future.

A Wind & Sky Production, directed by Jary Nemo, written & produced by Lucinda Horrocks and Jary Nemo. More info at:

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