UK Green Film Festival: The North Drift

Cinema | (12A) | 92 minutes |
6th November 2022

The North Drift takes us to a remote Arctic island for a personal tale of scientific discovery.

A German beer bottle, washed ashore on one of Norway’s remotest islands on the Lofoten archipelago in the Arctic Ocean. How did it get here? Did it really come from Germany? Or did a thirsty tourist down the beer and dispose of the bottle in the sea? Passionate about Norway’s unique scenery, film-maker Steffen Krones is keen to get to the bottom of the matter. Are rivers in Central Europe connected to the Arctic Sea? Can waste really travel so far? His personal curiosity turns into a scientific research project. Together with engineers and well-known scientists, Steffen wants to trace the journey of plastic waste from his home city of Dresden.

English Language with some German and Norwegian Subtitles.

Presented in Partnership with South Lakes Action on Climate Change: Towards Transition

















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6th November 2022

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