The St Andrews Green Film Festival is a celebration of the most inspiring feature films from the Environmental genre. Including nine films and three workshops- with three premiere film screenings (The Moo Man, MusicWood and The Pipe), with director Q&A discussion afterwards.
Workshops include: an expert panel discussion on The future of Renewable Energy in Scotland; an Art from Waste workshop with local artist, Jonathan Baxter; and an Energy Descent Action Plan workshop with Sue Guy from Sustaining Dunbar.
The festival aims to provide an opportunity for everyone to come and enjoy these beautiful films and to share ideas and inspiration for creating a sustainable future for our own communities in Scotland and for the wider global community.
The festival is being run by Transition University of St Andrews, a non-profit environmental organisation which runs community events and projects in St Andrews, Fife.