The second edition of the Climate Crisis Film Festival will be taking place online from November 16th – 22nd, on-demand for the whole week. The festival dissects the climate crisis from
The second edition of the Climate Crisis Film Festival will be taking place online from November 16th – 22nd, on-demand for the whole week.
The festival dissects the climate crisis from a range of perspectives with 10 distinct themes. Witness films yet unreleased in the UK; such as the award-winning Anthropocene: The Human Epoch and the enlightening The Forum. Plus a range of amazing short films by emerging young filmmakers. Finally, 25 speakers, ranging from economists and architects to artists, activists and thought-leaders will use the films as a springboard to provide forward-looking visions of the future. Take part in the biggest climate event of the year, we hope to see you online!
System Change, Not Climate Change
Why do world leaders find it so hard to come together in taking necessary climate action, in the face of such overwhelming evidence? Political and economic power structures shape their decisions and tackling these systemic root causes could solve a lot more than climate change.
Featuring: Kate Metcalf (Women’s Environmental Network), Perk Pomeyie, (Ghana Youth Environmental Movement), Shooka Bidarian (Climate Reality Project), Dominique Palmer (UK Student Climate Network + Fridays for Future International), Laura Sedgwick (People’s Plan)
Tickets can be purchased HERE
16 (Monday) 12:00 pm - 30 (Monday) 12:00 pm