13 year old Audelia writes a thoughtful story about a girl who finds herself all alone in the world. Actor and film maker Damon Gameau reads 'The Heart of the Ocean'. Proudly in partnership with the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation. Created by Amelia Christo and Verity Hunt-Ballard. Sound production and theme song by Paul Ruske. http://storykids.com.auhttp://alnf.orghttps://www.instagram.com/alnf_/https://www.instagram.com/storykidsau/
Damon Gameau is an award winning film director, producer, storyteller, author and activist. In 2015, he released his debut feature documentary That Sugar Film, which became the highest grossing Australian documentary of all time. It's been released in over 25 territories and picked up a host of awards around the world. His accompanying campaign book, That Sugar Book, was a best seller in Australia, has been published in 20 countries and translated into 8 languages. Damon’s latest masterpiece is the hybrid feature documentary 2040 which went on to become one of the highest grossing Australian documentaries of all time. 2040 was motivated by Damons concerns about the planet his 4-year-old daughter would inherit, Damon embarked on a global journey to meet innovators and changemakers in the areas of economics, technology, civil society, agriculture, education and sustainability. Drawing on their expertise, he sought to identify the best solutions, available to us now, that would help improve the health of our planet and the societies that operate within it. From marine permaculture to decentralised renewable energy projects, he discovered that people all over the world are taking matters into their own hands. This journey is the central premise for the documentary ‘2040’, a story of hope that looks at the very real possibility that humanity could reverse global warming and improve the lives of every living thing in the process. It is a positive vision of what ‘could be’, instead of the dystopian future we are so often presented. In this episode we sit down with Damon in front of a live audience in the Soma dome and explored his remarkable personal journey and the rising tide of innovative change that is taking place across the planet, much of which we never hear about. Damon calls upon our need for radical hope and radical regenerative action to restore balance to our precious planet and all those beings who share it.
The feature documentary 2040 is an entry point into an ecosystem of solutions to addressing climate change and regenerating our planet. Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) embarks on journey to explore what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet. In this episode Rainer Strauch CTO and Managing Director and Julia Köhler Senior Structural Consultant of CREE Buildings have a Q&A with Damon Gameau, 2040 Director.
77 Excerpt. Stories that are Changing the Story, with Damon Gameau
This is an extract from episode 77 featuring the last 15 minutes or so of my conversation with the award-winning director of ‘That Sugar Film’ and ‘2040’, Damon Gameau. We pick up on what Damon says has been the most rewarding, promising and important part of his work with both films – working with kids and teachers in education. One million young people have engaged with the 2040 film and initiatives alone. And its upcoming US TV release is still to come. We go on to talk about a number of other stories that are changing the story this year, our experience of an extraordinary generation of elders, and a reflection on what might just be needed most right now.You can hear the rest of our conversation in the main episode, ‘2021: Approaching regenerative tipping points’ - https://www.regennarration.com/episodes/077-2021 Title slide pic: Damon Gameau in conscious company (supplied).Thanks to the generous supporters of this podcast, for making it possible. If you too value what you hear, and have the capacity at this time, please consider joining them by heading to our website at https://www.regennarration.com/support. Thanks for helping to keep the show going.Get in touch any time by text or audio at https://www.regennarration.com/storyAnd thanks for listening!
77. 2021: Approaching regenerative tipping points? With award-winning film maker, Damon Gameau
Welcome to a new year of The RegenNarration. And what a year it’s shaping up to be. But before we get into that, I wanted to take a brief moment here to admit to feeling a little flat. And by extension, to explain the delayed start to the podcast this year. Some sad and in some ways seismic changes have consumed me in recent times. And really, these changes relate to everything this podcast is about. So this episode starts on that note, before leading in to a conversation spanning a spectrum of spectacular efforts to regenerate the systems and stories we live by.Kind enough to join me in this sweeping primer for the year is friend, supporter of the podcast, and masterfully accomplished director of That Sugar Film and 2040, Damon Gameau. We talk about some of what’s on, what’s coming on, and how we’re seeing the growing momentum towards regenerative tipping points. Dedicated to Dad.Title slide pic: Damon Gameau (supplied). Music:Faraway Castle, by Rae Howell and SunwraeThe System, by the Public Opinion Afro OrchestraGet more:The 2040 website - https://whatsyour2040.com/ And you can find more of Damon and Anthony in conversation for episodes 30 (just prior to 2040 being released) and 38 (at the Perth premiere of the film) – https://www.regennarration.com/episodes Thanks very much to the generous supporters of this podcast, for making it possible. If you too value what you hear, and have the capacity at this time, please consider joining them by heading to our website at https://www.regennarration.com/support. Thanks for helping to keep the show going! And thanks for listening.
Damon Gameau is an Australian film director, producer, author and activist. In 2015, he released his debut feature documentary That Sugar Film, which became the highest grossing Australian documentary of all time, it was released in over 25 territories and picked up a host of awards around the world. His accompanying campaign book, That Sugar Book, was a best seller and has been published in 20 countries and translated into 8 languages. That Sugar Guide, co-written with his wife Zoë Gameau, soon followed. Gary sat down with Damon in front of a live audience a few years back on the eve of his release of 2040, a visionary film that went onto become one of the highest grossing Australian documentaries of all time at the local box office. Damon is a truly inspirational man as you’re about to find out.
DAMON GAMEAU - Saving the planet from our own backyard.
The Defiance Code
Grant chats with Damon about his "a-ha" moment before That Sugar Film... and how his deep inner drive to bring his family up in a safer, cleaner world, propelled him to launch his new juggernaut of a film, "2040".
Episode 28: The Journey of an Impact Storyteller with Damon Gameau
The Ocean Impact Podcast
In this episode of The Ocean Impact Podcast we caught up with filmmaker, activist and spokesperson for Planet Ocean, Damon Gameau via Instagram Live.Remember ‘That Sugar Film’? How about the epic ‘2040 Film’? Yep, Damon is the familiar face from these exceptionally powerful documentaries that have increased awareness at mass scale, and also fundamentally changed behaviours for many individuals and the planet more broadly.In recent years, Damon has become a profound ambassador for Planet Ocean and the sensible changes we should be making to protect it. We figured that having him jump on for a live chat during our Pitchfest 2020 application period was an opportunity we couldn’t miss.Be prepared to be inspired by this conversation, and remember that applications are still open for Pitchfest 2020, and you or someone you might know could be in the running to take their great idea to the world. Applications close on 5th October 2020. Learn more about the 2040 film by visiting their website here and make sure you stay up to date with Damon and his team on social media by following them on Instagram @2040film and @damongameau A huge thank you to Damon for taking the jump online with us and we hope you enjoy (and even SHARE) this great episode of the Ocean Impact Podcast.
“What does it look like on the other side of this crisis? Does this have to be a story of depravity - or can it be an opportunity to create [a better future]?” In the latest episode of Endless Vital Activity, David Johnston speaks with Damon Gameau, actor and filmmaker behind ‘That Sugar Film’ and his most recent release ‘2040’. David and Damon discuss why the film industry is getting it wrong when it comes to climate change, the importance of providing children with a utopian vision of the future, and how having a fundamental understanding of human psychology can create a better future for both people and the planet.
Episode 11: Fact-based dreaming with filmmaker Damon Gameau
The Big Melt
————————————— Video Buffs out there - don’t miss your chance to enter the videosforchange contest. Here is the link: https://videosforchange.org/competitions/global-competition ————————————— Today I’m talking to Damon Gameau about solar panel networks and sea farming and, and, self-driving cars and... Wait... OMG, you need some background, right? Of course...Sorry! I’m just so excited because Damon just released this amazing film called 2040, which I just watched for the second time, and it’s chock full of brilliant green technologies and new ways of thinking about climate change and like, awesome animation and.. . well - just listen to the episode - and then watch the movie here! For more information about 2040 and the #JoinTheRegeneration movement click here. For more awesome Gen-Z media podcasts check out GZMshows.com