The Edinburgh Green Film Festival is a volunteer-led initiative to engage Edinburgh in the climate conversation in the run-up to COP26.
This year our programming is highlighting climate justice, the principle that acknowledges that different social injustice and systemic issues all contribute to, and are exacerbated by, the climate emergency.
Tickets for our programming are available for pre-sale on the 11th of October. All of our films become available to watch for the entire 10 day run of EGFF between the 21st – 31st October.
We believe access to important climate filmmaking should be open to as many people as possible. In an effort to make our programming more accessible, our short film bundle and all of our feature films are operating on a sliding scale ticketing model (pioneered by SQIFF and Take One Action). No one should be left out of these important conversations because of limited personal circumstances. When you choose to pay a higher price for a ticket, you are helping fund a ticket for someone who may have restricted finances.
Sliding Scale Ticketing:
Feature Films - £8 / £6 / £4 / £2
Short Film Bundle - £6 / £4 / £2
Bonus Director Insights:
Alongside some of our programming we have pre-recorded talks with filmmakers about their experience with environmental filmmaking.
Amazon Uncovered comes with a bonus talk with director Estêvão Ciavatta about his carbon-neutral production company in Brazil, and his experience filming with the indigenous community in the Amazon Rainforest.
Our short film bundle comes with two bonus talks. The first, with director Frank Martin about his experience making his short film Cold Stack. The second, with director Cara Bamford, producer Matt Gras, and actor Kirris Riviere on their short film Talia, a completely carbon-neutral production based in Bristol.
If you have watched any film at our festival this year, please help Film Hub Scotland by taking part in the audience short survey.