Climate Crisis Film Festival


Isabella Martin, Co-founder & Director of Climate Crisis Film Festival

  • Climate Emergency

In collaboration with The Good Business Festival, The Climate Crisis Film Festival presents four women-directed films, immersing you in the human stories behind the climate crisis.

This program of films explores how the effects of climate change are impacting coastal communities, from Indonesia, Colombia, Portugal to the USA, showcasing the balance between harsh realities and positive resilience with introduction by Isabella Martin, Co-founder & Director of Climate Crisis Film Festival

Voice Above Water by Dana Frankoff

Voice Above Water is the story of a 90-year-old Balinese fisherman who can no longer fish because of the amount of plastic pollution in the ocean, instead he collects trash in hopes of being able to fish again. The story is a glimpse into how one human is using his resources to make a difference and a reminder that if we all play our part we can accomplish something much greater than ourselves. View trailer >

Dive Tierra Bomba Dive by Joya Berrow and Lucy Jane

A 19 year-old woman, Yassandra Barrios, emerges as the environmental leader of her island. She learns to dive, studies Marine Biology, rallies the fishermen and young people to bring awareness to protecting their marine ecosystem. She inspires those around her with a vision of a more secure future for their island home. View trailer >

Cova by Matilda Thompson

A short documentary exploring the effects of natural and human worlds colliding. Cova do Vapor represents the fragility of these environments and why we must do our utmost to protect them.

Lowland Kids by Sandra Winther

As climate change erases the Louisiana coast, the last two teenagers on Isle fe Jean Charles fight to stay on an island that’s been their family home for generations. View trailer >

The Climate Crisis Film Festival is the UK’s first film festival for climate action, providing a systemic perspective behind the raw human stories of climate change.

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