THREE films will be screened at Kendal’s Brewery Arts Centre for the UK Green Film Festival.

Held from November 2 and 10, the UK Green Film Festival comes to Brewery Arts for the first time.

With the ever-increasing importance to work sustainably and protect our planet, Brewery Arts are proud to highlight global environmental stories and support the festival which aims to unite movie lovers and green enthusiasts by exploring environmental issues through the medium of film.

The 2022 official programme is made up of five films, four of which have been directed by women.

The programme brings together films from all over the world.

Taking audiences from remote Arctic islands to Brazil's violent borderlands and the communities planting Canada’s forests, these five films present some of the most urgent, debated, and misunderstood topics of today, including climate change, energy resources, activism and corporate corruption.

Brewery Arts will screen three films, including The North Drift, directed by Steffen Krones, takes the audience to a remote Artic Island on a journey of personal curiosity.

The Wind Blows the Border, from Laura Faerman & Marina Weis is set on Brazil’s violent borderlands, following the growth of ruralist political power, and the intimacy of indigenous female resistance.

Forest for the Trees, by Rita Leistner weaves together photography and film to tell the story of a community of Canadian west coast tree planters.

Brewery Arts is proud to be partnered with South Lakes Action on Climate Change Towards Transition (SLACCtt), a community-based charity which brings together people who want to do something about climate change and promote a more sustainable lifestyle.

Tickets can be purchased from or by calling 01539 725 133.

The full programme for the 2022 UK Green Film Festival can be found on

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