Green Screens Movie Day

How do I get a ticket?

Join us for a FREE screening of Australian film-maker Damon Gameau's 2040 at the Sun Theatre at Yarraville on Wednesday July 6 from 1.45-4pm (second week of winter school holidays).

2040 foreshadows what our climate could look like if we simply embraced the best of what exists today.

The Green Screens movie day is a chance to come together to learn more about the Climate Emergency and celebrate the work being done to mitigate the impacts of a warming climate in our City. The movie is rated PG and recommended for audiences 10 years and above.

There are 40 free double passes up for grabs - just register your interest in the EOI form below to secure your tickets.

Want a complimentary popcorn and drink to enjoy at the screening? You can also share with us your vision for a greener Maribyrnong via the same EOI form below. Register your details using the form below and upload your submission – it’s that simple.

Be as creative as you want

Your vision statement could, for example, be a:

  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Photograph
  • Poem
  • Mural or collage
  • Written submissions must be 50 words or less

We’ll share a snapshot of the entries we receive on the Sustainability Learnings Portal to provide an insight into the collective vision our community has for a Greener Maribyrnong.

Inappropriate or disrespectful submissions will not be considered.


2040, a documentary by Australian director and film maker Damon Gameau, shines a light on the impacts of the climate emergency while offering solutions for the problem.

You can watch the trailer for 2040 below.