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Damon Gameau - filmmaker

“[The '2040' film] was a really interesting opportunity to re-frame some of these ecological problems as an opportunity, and a way to motivate people through solutions and excite them about what might lie on the other side of some of these problems."

Damon Gameau found fame early on in his acting career with roles in award-winning films 'The Tracker' and 'Balibo' as well as popular TV series, 'How I Met Your Mother' - but behind the camera is where he's found his true path: inspiring hope through positive storytelling.

Following the success of his debut documentary 'That Sugar Film', Damon released '2040', tackling the subject of the effects of climate change with a refreshingly optimistic 'solutions-based' approach; one that shifts the narrative beyond the negative.

'2040' explores what the future could look like if all the best solutions already at hand to improve the planet were moved into the mainstream. It also presents the science around climate change in a relatable way that educates, engages and inspires.

In this episode of the Adelaide Living podcast, recorded on 10 March 2020, Damon shares what gave him the courage to start telling his own stories, why he chooses hope as the way to bring more people into the climate conversation, and the importance of ‘dreaming’ in shaping a better future for us all.

Resources

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'2040'

'2040' film website

'2040' free lesson plans for teachers

About marine permaculture and seaweed farms

Watch the video below for more information on the Doughnut economic model discussed in the '2040' film:


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Christina Hagger

Dr Christina Hagger combines her radio presenter, writing and researcher skills to help people tell, and share, their stories. She understands the power of voice and narrative to inform, build community, and influence change.

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Podcast Works

Podcast Works is Radio Adelaide’s full-service podcast production house helping to turn ideas into a compelling podcast series that engages the audience.

With Podcast Works, you’ll have access to Radio Adelaide’s decades of award-winning experience in audio storytelling. We’ll help you to clearly define your concept and target audience, craft a compelling story, produce high-quality audio and get your podcast into the ears of your community.

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The Audio Embassy

Founded by highly awarded Adelaide composer Justin Pounsett,The Audio Embassy is one of Australia’s leading sound and music houses, servicing a growing base of high-profile clients, such as Clemenger BBDO, Disney/Hasbro entertainment (UK), Cummins and Partners, Clemenger Harvey Edge and Havas worldwide.

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are not necessarily those of the City of Adelaide.