UK Green Film Festival

Published on 30th April 2024

22 – 29 June

The UK Green Film Festival is coming to Brewery Arts in June!

Taking place every year, the UK Green Film Festival screens investigative documentaries from around the world that explore some of the big environmental issues happening today. These cover a variety of topics, from the deepest depths of the ocean to whether poop can save the world.

Holy Shit: Can Poop Save the World? (12A)

22 June | 5pm

Looking for answers about the radical potential of human excrement, director Rubén Abruña embarks on an entertaining and enlightening adventure across the globe to investigate whether our waste should be reconsidered as a much-needed resource.

Deep Rising (12A)

26 June | 7.30pm

This riveting film is a tale of geopolitical, scientific, and corporate intrigue that exposes the inner workings of the International Seabed Authority (ISA); a secretive United Nation instrument which oversees nearly half our planet’s surface on the ocean floor.

Plastic Fantastic (12A)

29 June | 5pm

Isa Willinger’s visceral documentary is an engaging insight into circular production, greenwashing, climate racism and power. Following scientists, activists and industry lobbyists through corporate offices and out into communities around the world, the film asks where the crisis is leading us – and how to stop a system that is unlikely to act on ethics alone. uk green film festival cinema film documentary kendal brewery arts

View all cinema listings here.

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