• Bitaté Uru-eu-wau-wau, the young leader of his Indigenous community, keeps a vigilant eye as his team patrols the boundaries of their territory. (Credit: Alex Pritz/Amazon Land Documentary)
  • An invader rides his motorcycle through the rainforest fire blaze. (Credit: Alex Pritz/Amazon Land Documentary)

Crossroads warmly invites you to engage with current social, ecological, economic and political developments. As the global socio-ecological crisis intensifies and governments fail to bring about the transformations we need, our program focuses on the courageous people and inspiring movements fighting for social justice, peace, and a liveable future for everybody on this tiny blue plante we call our home.

A selection of award-winning films offers the audience intimate insight into personal and collective efforts to make the world a better place. Impressive stories about the most important issues of our times are told with arresting images. The festival’s aim is not only to raise awareness, but also to empower people to get active and join struggles for positive change.

Many screenings are followed by q&a sessions and debates with filmmakers, subjects, activists and critical thinkers. Additional talks, panel discussions, teach-ins and workshops complete our program.

Free Entry! Donations very welcome!

Festival topics
Climate Justice Now (June 9th/10th)
Harvesting Hope (aka Regenerative Agriculture and Gardening) (June 10th-12th)
Earth Protectors (June 14th)
Movements (June 16th)
Feminism is for Everybody (June 17th-19th)
Solidarität statt Festung Europa / Black Lives Matter (June 20th)
Animals <> Humans (June 21st)

Sarah Sadeghi (Subject of Generation Change. Wer rettet die Welt?), f*Streik Graz, Chantal Bamgbala & Adjanie Kamucote (Melanin Talk), Daniela Brasil & Manuel A. Galvan (InRiCo – Indigenous Rights Collective,) Valerie & Julia (Fridays For Future), Mehr für Care!, Romana Ull (Naturschutzbund Steiermark), Catcalls of Graz, Ulli & Scott Klein (Kleine Farm), Celine Bamu (System Change, Not Climate Change!), Christian Zeller (Professor for Economic Geography, Uni Salzburg), Brigitte Kratzwald (Scholar and activist), Tristan Schachner (MoVe iT – Mobilität und Verkehr in Transformation), Lena Remich (Verein gegen Tierfabriken), Jochen Buchmaier (Head of the humus program of Ökoregion Kaindorf), Vivien Breinbauer & Richard Wiesenegger (Graz Animal Save), David Steinwender (Transition Graz, Forum Urbanes Gärtnern), Christina Gissing (Teacher and passionate player of children´s games), Zerprivilegt, Andreas Motschiunig (Seed Kollektiv, Attemsgarten), and many more.