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THE CCFF 2021 HAS NOW ENDED — THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE IN ATTENDANCE!

The Climate Crisis Film Festival platforms stunning, diverse, and eye-opening cinema, providing a systemic perspective behind the raw human stories of climate change

70+ films. 30+ countries.
one message.

Dr. Jane Goodall DBE photo © Stuart Clarke

festival opening
address by

Lily Cole

Dr. Jane Goodall DBE

Bill McKibben

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action packs

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Fighting for Home

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amplifying underrepresented climate stories with the first-ever award for climate film by BIPOC and non-western filmmakers

Haulover: Separated

Short
|
Alvaro Cantillano
|
Nicaragua

Hawaiian Soul

Short
|
ʻĀina Paikai
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Hawai'i

To Calm the Pig Inside

Short
|
Joanna Vasquez Arong
|
Philippines

Time and the Seashell

Short
|
Itandehui Jansen
|
Mexico

you can catch our award winning film
Hawaiian Soul, until Dec 15

*only available in the UK

the Ocean Bottle Film Award jury

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Caleb Nii Odartey Aryee

Ghana
Filmmaker, Film Curator and Social Justice Activist
Award Ceremony

Mark Decena

USA
Filmmaker and environmental justice activist
Award Ceremony

Carver Bacchus

Trinidad & Tobago
Filmmaker and Green Screen Environmental Film Festival Founder
Award Ceremony

Jade Begay

Dine, Tesuque Pueblo (Navajo Nation)
Climate Justice Campaign Director, NDN Collective. Filmmaker, Expedition Studios
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Gustavo García Solares

Guatemala
Filmmaker, musician and artivist
Award Ceremony

Marie Hélène Ndiaye

Senegal
Artistic Activism Project Coordinator at Africans Rising
Award Ceremony

Nicole Granados

El Salvador, USA
Environmentalist and Adventure Photographer
Award Ceremony

Aisha Younis

Pakistan
Climate Reframe co-creator, Aziz Foundation scholar
Award Ceremony

Sabine Matsheka

Botswana
Communications expert, youth activist and sustainable fashion designer
Award Ceremony

find out the winner
on Nov 12 at 6pm UK time

Register for free to watch the CCFF Award Ceremony, streamed live from the COP26 itself!

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highlighted
speakers

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Max Moinian

Co-founder, Future Earth
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Isaias Hernandez

Environmental Educator, Creator of QueerBrownVegan
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Carol Anne Hilton

Founder, Global Centre Of Indigenomic
Ignite Session: Earth Economy

Txai Suruí

Founder and coordinator of the Movement Indigenous Youth of Rondônia
Pass the Mic: Voices of the Land

Jeremy Jones

Snowboarder and Founder, Protect Our Winters
Purple Mountains

Nadia Nazar

Co-Founder and Art Director, Zero Hour
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Mitzi Jonelle Tan

Convenor, Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines
Spotlight: My Journey Into Activism

Tiza Mafira

Associate Director, Climate Policy Initiative. Co-Founder, Indonesia Plastic Bag Diet Movement
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Brianna Craft

Senior Researcher, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Jo Becker

Climate justice activist, organiser and researcher
Spotlight: My Journey Into Activism

Manu Delago

Musician, composer and environmentalist
Trees for the Wood

Joycelyn Longdon

Founder, Climate In Colour
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Nasreen Al-Amin

Executive Director, Surge Africa
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Jessie Chisi

Filmmaker & Founder of Young Cinema
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Kandi White

Leadership Team, Indigenous Environmental Network
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Abena Awuku-Larbi

Lawyer, Writer and Artistic Activist
Pass the Mic: Voices of the Land

Vinzealhar Ainjo Nen

Climate Activist and Country Lead Sustainable Ocean Alliance Papua New Guinea Hub
Pass the Mic: Voices of the Land

Amrita Namasivayam

Research Fellow, Health and Education Project Drawdown. Founder, Halcyon Health Consulting
Spotlight: Women's Rally

June Gunluckiinimul Mills

Indigenous anti fracking activist and grandmother
Spotlight: Communities Unite Against Extraction

Marlow Baines

Youth Director and Director of Youth Ambassadors and Mentorship, Earth Guardians
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Karra Kinchela

Gomeroi Representative, Lock The Gate, Gomeroi Traditional Custodian, Moree Ecological Holistic Information Centre
Spotlight: Communities Unite Against Extraction

Kevin Aipopo

Co-Coordinator of the Pacific Climate Warriors Portland Chapter
Pass the Mic: Voices of the Land

Reverend Darryn Farrell

Reverend in the Alawa community
Spotlight: Communities Unite Against Extraction

Swati Thiyagarajan

Conservation Journalist, Sea Change Project
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Dr. Robert Strand

Executive Director, Center for Responsible Business at University of California, Berkeley
Ignite Session: Business for Good

Douglas Graham

Jiman Traditional Owner, Woorabinda Aboriginal Community Member
Spotlight: Communities Unite Against Extraction

Nicole Ng

Chief of Staff, Leaders’ Quest & Future Stewards; Leadership Team, TED Countdown; Impact Producer
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Malungelo Xhakaza

Anti-coal activist and daughter of assassinated activist Fikile Ntshangase
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Mac Macartney

Speaker, writer and Founder of Embercombe
Ignite Session: Business for Good

Miguel Peters

Founder & Director, Afrigod. CEO, Greentech-Africa.
Ignite Session: Business for Good

Perk Pomeyie

National Coordinator, Ghana Youth Environmental Movement (GYEM)
Spotlight: My Journey Into Activism

Paul Mason

Campaigning journalist, Former economics editor, BBC Newsnight/Channel 4 News
Ignite Session: Earth Economy

Ann Pettifor

Director, Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME)
Ignite Session: Earth Economy

Jayati Ghosh

Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Ignite Session: Earth Economy

Hunhak Matt Gale

Pacific Climate Warriors
Pass the Mic: Voices of the Land

Des Spicer Orak

Coordinator, Pacific Climate Warriors
Pass the Mic: Voices of the Land

Oladosu Adenike

The Ecofeminist. Founder of I Lead Climate.
Spotlight: Women's Rally

Suzanne Dhaliwal

Climate Justice Campaigner, Founder of No Tar Sands, Digital Media & Comms at Canada’s National Observer
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Mayesha Alam Ph.D.

Senior Fellow, United Nations University Centre for Policy Research
In Conversation: Climate Migration

John Paul Jose

Environmental and Climate Justice Activist
Spotlight: My Journey Into Activism

Dr. Mamta Mehra

Senior Fellow and Research Program Officer, Project Drawdown
Ignite Session: A Just & Green City

Jens Martin Skibsted

Global Partner, VP Foresight & Mobility at Manyone
Ignite Session: A Just & Green City

Adam Mahoney

Environmental Justice Reporter, Grist
Ignite Session: A Just & Green City

Jenny Price

Author of Stop Saving the Planet: An Environmentalist Manifesto
Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Amali Tower

Founder & Executive Director, Climate Refugees
In Conversation: Climate Migration

Dr Sarita Subramaniam

Director, Earth Brigade Foundation
Spotlight: Women's Rally

stories from
across the globe

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From the Wild Sea

Feature
|
78 mins
|
Ireland, UK, Netherlands

Matagi Mālohi: Strong Winds

Short
|
3 min
|
Tuvalu

The Great Green Wall

Feature
|
92 mins
|
Senegal, Mali, Nigeria, Niger and Ethiopia

Believing in a New World

Short
|
5 min
|
Brazil

Hottest August

Feature
|
94 mins
|
USA

70/30

Feature
|
98 mins
|
Denmark

Purple Mountains

Mid-length
|
53 mins
|
USA

Wade

Short
|
11 mins
|
India

Girls For Future

Feature
|
88 mins
|
Senegal, Indonesia, Australia and India

Vaka

Short
|
23 mins
|
Tokelau

Negros

Short
|
20 mins
|
US

Dive Tierra Bomba Dive

Short
|
11 mins
|
Colombia

Red Bean

Short
|
10 mins
|
China (Space)

Voice Above Water

Short
|
12 mins
|
Indonesia

Possible World

Short
|
3 mins
|
Ethiopia

Footsteps on the Wind

Short
|
7 mins
|
Middle East

Gather

Feature
|
74 mins
|
USA

M A T A G I

Short
|
3 mins
|
Pacific

The Pleasure of Killing Bugs

Short
|
10 mins
|
Brazil

Trees for the Wood

Short
|
10 mins
|

The Dry Years

Short
|
27 mins
|
Chile

Warrior Women

Feature
|
64 mins
|
USA

Entre Puerto Rico y Richmond: Women in Resistance Shall Not Be Moved

Short
|
17 mins
|
Puerto Rico

When Glaciers Go

Short
|
17 mins
|
Nepal

A Community Under Fire

Short
|
23 mins
|
Australia

A Short Film About Ice

Short
|
29 mins
|
Norway

Stingray Sisters

Feature
|
76 mins
|
Australia

Coast Land

Short
|
26 mins
|
Guyana

Identity

Short
|
4 mins
|
Panama

Kokoly

Short
|
15 mins
|
Madagascar

A Kerala Fisherman’s Life After the Floods

Short
|
6 mins
|
India

Mozambique, Where the Mango Tree Used to Be

Short
|
27 mins
|
Mozambique

Natari

Mid-length
|
45 mins
|
Pakistan

Nomads Land

Short
|
12 mins
|
Morocco

Owners of the Forest

Short
|
7 mins
|
Mexico

The Sacrifice Zone

Mid-length
|
30 mins
|
USA

Rewild our Seas

Short
|
8 mins
|
South Africa

The Weight of Water

Feature
|
68 mins
|
Nepal

From Trash To Treasure

Short
|
25 mins
|
Lesotho

Dhīvaraḥ: Way of Life

Short
|
13 mins
|
India

Durga: Forging a New Trail

Short
|
20 mins
|
Nepal

Oil and Water

Short
|
14 mins
|
Kenya

The Heart of the World

Short
|
16 mins
|
Colombia

unmissable
events

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Call to Earth

Short
|
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Trees for the Wood

Short
|
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Award Ceremony

|
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Cooked: Survival by Zipcode

Feature
|
Judith Helfand
|
USA

Ignite Session: Why Intersectionality Matters

Event
|
|

The Weight of Water

Feature
|
Neelima Vallangi & Deej Phillips
|
India & UK

Detroit Hives

Short
|
Palmer Morse & Rachel Weinberg
|
USA

Believing in a New World

Short
|
Mboakara Uru-eu-wau-wau
|
Brazil

Dhīvaraḥ: Way of Life

Short
|
Giridhar Nayak
|
India

From Trash To Treasure

Short
|
Iara Lee
|
USA & Lesotho

Durga: Forging a New Trail

Short
|
Emily Hopcian
|
USA

The Great Green Wall

Feature
|
Jared P. Scott
|
UK

Owners of the Forest

Short
|
Hugo Metz
|
Mexico

District 15

Short
|
Anjali Nayar (same director of Oil and Water)
|
USA

Ain’t Your Mama’s Heatwave

Mid-length
|
Elijah Karriem
|
USA

Nomads Land

Short
|
Jonathan Edward Davies
|
UK

A Kerala Fisherman’s Life After the Floods

Short
|
Deej Phillips
|
India

M A T A G I

Short
|
Pacific Climate Warriors
|
Australia

On the Fenceline: A Fight for Clean Air

Short
|
Tara Eng, Alex Klein, Kristen Harrison, and Alisha Tamarchenko
|
USA

The Sacrifice Zone

Mid-length
|
Julie Winokur
|
USA

City Farmer

Short
|
Aikeshwar Chaudhary
|
India

Kokoly

Short
|
Blue Ventures, Garth Cripps, Paul Antion
|
UK

Mozambique, Where the Mango Tree Used to Be

Short
|
Axel Koenzen
|
Germany

Oil and Water

Short
|
Anjali Nayar
|
Kenya

Possible World

Short
|
Ezra Wube
|
Ethiopia

Identity

Short
|
Ivan Jaripio
|
Panama

Stingray Sisters

Feature
|
Katrina Channells
|
Australia

Water is Life

Short
|
Sam Vinal
|
USA

A Community Under Fire

Short
|
Harrison Thane & Matt Thane
|
Australia

The Pleasure of Killing Bugs

Short
|
Leonardo Martinelli
|
Brazil

Freedom, Brazil

Short
|
Paul Redman
|
Brazil / USA

Piatua Resists

Short
|
Yanda Inayu, Miguel Imbaquingo
|
Ecuador

Coast Land

Short
|
Alexander Arjoon
|
Guyana

The Dry Years

Short
|
Anton Strabbucchi
|
Chile

The Heart of the World

Short
|
Ata Santy
|
Colombia

Mar y Cielo

Short
|
Roberto Zamora, Rocío Huerta
|
Chile

Semunying

Short
|
Een Irawan Putra
|
Indonesia

Untold stories of climate change: Sierra Leone

Short
|
|

Untold stories of climate change: Rwanda

Short
|
|

Untold stories of climate change: Solomon Islands

Short
|
Collaboration
|
UK

Extracted: The People Versus Vedanta

Short
|
Jessie Chisi
|
Zambia

Footsteps on the Wind

Short
|
Gustavo Leal, Faga Melo, Maya Sanbar
|
UK

Under the Surface

Short
|
|
UK

This Land

Short
|
Chelsea Jolly & Whit Hassett
|
USA

CO-No!

Mid-length
|
Joep van Dijk
|
Netherlands

The Human

Short
|
HARKO WUBS
|
Netherlands

Warrior Women

Feature
|
Christina D. King + Elizabeth Castle
|
USA

Gather

Feature
|
Sanjay Rawal
|
USA

Negros

Short
|
Dorian Emerson Munroe
|
USA

The Accidental Environmentalist

Short
|
Ellen Esling
|
USA

Hottest August

Feature
|
Brett Story
|
USA, Canada

Water Flows Together

Short
|
Matt Mikkelsen Palmer Morse Taylor Graham
|
USA

Like Aliens

Short
|
Nico Muñoz
|
Argentina

The Facemask

Short
|
Francisco Saco
|
Costa Rica

Red Bean

Short
|
Yu Chen
|
China

Uncle Yim

Feature
|
Luna Marán
|
Mexico

Entre Puerto Rico y Richmond: Women in Resistance Shall Not Be Moved

Short
|
Alicia Díaz
|
Puerto Rico

A Short Film About Ice

Short
|
Adam Laity
|
UK

After Ice

Short
|
Kieran Baxter
|
UK

When Glaciers Go

Short
|
Corey Robinson
|
USA

Wade

Short
|
Upamanyu Bhattacharyya, Kalp Sanghvi
|
India

Talking to the Wind

Mid-length
|
Akshaya Sawant
|
India

Natari

Mid-length
|
Haroon Riaz + Jawad Sharif
|
Pakistan

Voice Above Water

Short
|
Dana Frankoff
|
Bali, Indonesia

Dive Tierra Bomba Dive

Short
|
Joya Berrow & Lucy Jane
|
UK

We the Power

Mid-length
|
David Garrett Byars
|
Multiple Countries

Rewild our Seas

Short
|
Arthur Neumeier
|
South Africa

Purple Mountains

Mid-length
|
Josh Murphy
|
USA

Ignite Session: A Just & Green City

Event
|
|

Pass the Mic: Voices of the Land

Event
|
|

Ignite Session: Business for Good

Event
|
|

In Conversation: Climate Migration

Event
|
|

Opening Statement

|
|

Spotlight: Communities Unite Against Extraction

Event
|
|

Spotlight: Women's Rally

Event
|
|

Matagi Mālohi: Strong Winds

Short
|
|
USA

Vaka

Short
|
Kelly Moneymaker
|
New Zealand / Tokelau

Spotlight: My Journey Into Activism

Event
|
|

Ignite Session: Earth Economy

Event
|
|

Girls For Future

Feature
|
Irja von Bernstorff
|
Germany

Haulover: Separated

Short
|
Alvaro Cantillano
|
Nicaragua

Hawaiian Soul

Short
|
ʻĀina Paikai
|
Hawai'i

From the Wild Sea

Feature
|
Robin Petré
|
Denmark

70/30

Feature
|
Phie Ambo
|
Denmark

To Calm the Pig Inside

Short
|
Joanna Vasquez Arong
|
Philippines

Time and the Seashell

Short
|
Itandehui Jansen
|
Mexico
The Clyde Arc in Glasgow, soon to home to film events during the COP26.

join us for our 3rd edition during COP26

November 1st - 14th

We're running a free digital program of amazing climate cinema and events for audiences right here on our site!

November 12th

Join us for our Award Ceremony inside the COP26 for a special screening and the presentation of the Ocean Bottle Film Award!

bringing underrepresented voices to the fore

An Ethiopian coffee farmer tends to her crops.Anote Tong, former president of Kiribati, bathes in the sea during golden hour.A first nations woman protests at COP21 in Paris.
Ocean Bottle's team in Bali, Indonesia walk along the beach looking for plastic.

awarding diverse storytellers

We’ve teamed up with the wonderful folk over at Ocean Bottle, to present a winning director the Ocean Bottle Film Award of £6000.

more than just
a film festival

We believe in enhancing the power of film through true interactivity, concrete links to action and memorable experiences.

We strive to build a community of empowered citizens across the globe.

Our team are the same people behind the Climate Crisis Hub, a digital platform for climate action and content.

visit the cch.
Anote Tong stands on the shore of Kiribati.
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more than just
Q&A's

Ignite Sessions, VR experiences, new ways of interacting with climate action through a hybrid of digital and physical experiences.

We’re always trying to find new ways to leave our audience feeling empowered.

in 2020...

85% felt more empowered to act

72% thought it was inspiring

"Meticulously curated with passion, care, fear and hope."

"Stunning and scary but also overwhelmingly empowering and hopeful."

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