The Festival aims to generate conversation around global environmental challenges and solutions, and everyone is welcome!
Each film will be accompanied by a short talk by an expert speaker. These events support UEA’s internationally renowned environmental research and ethos.
We are excited to share our programme with you, and look forward to seeing you in May.
Organisers: Dr Christine Cornea (UEA School of Art, Media and American Studies); SustainableUEA; Climate Hope Action in Norfolk (CHAIN); Norwich Greenpeace.
Supporters: the Adapt Low Carbon Group, based in the Enterprise Centre.
Catering will be available during events from Namate Hut Cafe, an independent cafe catering in locally-sourced, Fairtrade and organic food from carbon neutral suppliers.
|Friday, 10 May||Sharkwater: Extinction (Rob Stewart)|
|Thursday, 16 May||The Human Element (Matthew Testa)|
|The Reluctant Radical (Lindsey Grayzel)|
|Friday, 17 May||Unfractured (Chanda Chevannes)|
|Saturday, 18 May||
Beasts of the Southern Wild (Benh Zeitlin)
|Anote's Ark (Matthieu Rytz)|
Introductory screening talk – Dr. Antonio Degouveia (UEA Department of Film, Television, and Media) (TEC Lecture Theatre)
Screening: Beasts of the Southern Wild (TEC Lecture Theatre)
Public Discussion Panel: ‘Toxic Racism – The Fight for Climate Justice’ (TEC Lecture Theatre)
Book Launch Event: 'A film-philosophy of ecology and enlightenment' with noted environmentalist, Dr. Rupert Read (UEA School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication) (TEC 0.07)
Namaste café – vegetarian and vegan meals available
Introductory screening talk - Rajasegaran Kuppusamy (Head of Technical Engineering Unit for the United Nations, International Organisation for Migration Iraq) (TEC Lecture Theatre)
Screening: Anote's Ark (TEC Lecture Theatre).
Q+A via Skype with filmmaker (TEC Lecture Theatre)
Check out our programme
Festival poster for the 2019 Green Film Festival will be out soon!