Offshore Documentary Screening

22jun6:00 pm8:00 pmOffshore Documentary ScreeningGlasgow Film Theatre, 12 Rose Street Glasgow G3 6RB6:00 pm - 8:00 pm OrganiserFriends of the Earth ScotlandEvent TypeClimate ActionThemeClimate Justice,Governance & Just Transition

Event Details

Join us for a one-off screening of the Offshore documentary in Glasgow, exploring what transition means for workers and communities.

About this event

Offshore is an independent documentary that brings together varying perspectives on working in offshore oil and gas and renewable energy – and explores what the coming energy transition means for workers and communities around the UK North Sea. The film looks at how communities and regions have been impacted by past industrial decline, the risks workers face in an increasingly precarious industry and how they can organise for the future.

Combining experiences and visions from workers, organisers, family and community members, this film aims to raise more questions than it answers, and get more of us thinking and talking about where we’re going and how we’re getting there.

Watch the trailer here!

The screening will be followed by a Q&A and drinks in a nearby pub.


Doors: 6pm

Intro: 6.20pm

Screening: 6.30pm

Q&A: 7:00pm

Wrap up and head to the pub: 7:45pm



Friends of the Earth Scotland

"Scotland's leading environmental campaigning organisation, working for environmental & climate justice and campaigning for the planet and its people."
0131 243 2700 Friends of the Earth Scotland, Thorn House, 5 Rose Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PR

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