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Living the Change: Inspiring Stories for a Sustainable Future is an upcoming feature-length documentary that will be released March 10th 2018.



We’ll be holding four public screenings of Living the Change in New Zealand and Australia in March 2018. See the Find a Screening page for more info.

On the 10th of March it becomes available for digital download and for hosted screenings. If you’d like to host a screening in your town see the Host a Screening page.

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pre-order the film

By pre-ordering a copy of Living the Change, you’ll receive a discount off the purchase price, and your digital download link will be sent on the day of release, 10 March 2018 – be among the very first to see the film!


What people are saying

“A sumptuous looking film with a smorgasbord of people who give a damn, and who’re all trying to change the only world we have for the better.”

– Te Radar

“The most impactful thing we can do to reduce climate change is to change our consumer choices. In particular, reducing our consumption of meat, but there are also many other things we can do. This beautiful movie illustrates some other ways people choose to reduce their impact, in an attempt to live in harmony with the environment. It starts the conversation about how we live, how it’s impacting on our health and the environment, and alternative ways we could be living to benefit both – we have a lot more choice than we think!”

– Megan May, Little Bird Organics & The Unbakeries

“Optimism, hope and action are critical for the sustainability movement. This is a beautifully shot film that delves deep into the big global issues that challenge us. Most importantly, it offers us a host of solutions. The film showcases a number of great people, working here in Aotearoa, who are actively transforming the ways they live, work and play. This is an essential part of building up the case for change, for living within our planetary boundaries and ensuring a more equitable quality of life for the long term.”

– Rachel Brown, CEO of Sustainable Business Network

“Here are the issues we all need to be talking about, and with local examples of people who are making a difference. We need these solutions now.”

– Malcolm Rands, Co-founder of ecostore and Chair of Fairground Foundation