The UK’s festival celebrating environmental films returns for 2015

February 26, 2015

The UK Green Film Festival is the UK’s annual environmental film festival. Taking place over a single week each year in venues across the UK, the festival screens some of the very best films exploring environmental issues from around the world. With 17 UK cinemas partnering with the festival in 2014, and the number growing each year, there’s a good chance there’s a venue showing their films somewhere near you.

The UK Green Film Festival has a nationwide network of film lovers and green thinkers. Join the movement and be a part of it or get in touch on twitter to tell them what cinemas and films you want to see at the next edition of festival.

For any general enquiries please email info@ukgreenfilmfestival.org, and you can read more about supporting the UK Green Film Festival on their website

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WHY GET INVOLVED?

A recent study estimated that screen production (film and TV) in London alone produces 125,000 tonnes of CO2 each year.

WHAT CAN I DO?

Work with your colleagues at work. Together you can make simple changes.

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