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Reflection: A Walk With Water @ Loop Bar

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Join the Sustainable Living Festival for a free screening of Reflection: A Walk With Water at Loop Project Space and Bar in Melbourne’s CBD. 

Reckoning with the reality of climate change and on the cusp of another dry season that may very well ravage his community, 30-year old filmmaker Emmett Brennan embarks on a remarkable journey to find stories of hope and healing.

Emmett sets out to walk 200 miles next to the iconic but aging Los Angeles aqueduct, where he encounters ecological iconoclasts, indigenous voices, and permaculture designers who are challenging the status quo on how we use Earth’s most precious resource. 

The film delves into a profound and far-reaching look at our relationship with water and offers a vision for radically redesigning our lives around it.

Hosted by The Sustainable Living Festival, screening as part of The Transitions Film Festival (Feb 18 – March 13) 

This film has been exempt from classification and is restricted to people over 15 years. People under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.


Loop is a Melbourne institution and has been supporting emerging artists, musicians, and community since 2003. Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, Loop Project Space & Bar is a melting pot for emerging filmmakers, DJs and experimental musicians, designers, writers, progressive thinkers, social innovators, and environmental activists. Our venue offers large-format screens, the Void surround sound system, superlative AV facilities, and a licenced bar and kitchen menu – all cloaked within a lush green envelope of hanging baskets and indoor forest. More information: Loop Project Space & Bar

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