The Climate Crisis Film Festival (CCFF) is the UK’s first climate action film festival.
Pioneering, aspirational, grassroots and youth-led, our diverse and eye-opening programming focuses on channeling constructive collective action and providing an intersectional analysis of climate, politics, economics and social justice
The CCFF was started in the summer of 2019 by three 26 year old friends wanting to contribute to what at the time felt like London’s climate awakening.
We felt like existing environmental film festivals across the world were too broad in their scope to tackle climate change head-on and that there was space for a film festival that was laser-focused on the climate crisis and which dissected it through a social, political and economic lens — that is, from an intersectional angle.
We felt a great excitement for what we saw as a ‘new wave of environmentalism’ — at the time we didn’t have the perfect words to describe it, but 3 years on, intersectional environmentalism is on the rise and we’re proud to have been a champion of the concept from the get-go.
A special thank you to our Sponsors — without them this event would not be possible.
The Climate Crisis Film Festival is proudly Presented by Doconomy, who just like us, are all about climate action. Doconomy wants to future-proof life on planet earth by empowering individuals and corporations to take responsibility for their environmental footprint and firmly believing that the climate crisis can only be solved as a collective.
The CCFF is also sponsored by Ocean Bottle, Deloitte, We Don't Have Time and Finisterre.