Total: 94 mins 45 secs

Our beautiful planet is under attack by the humans that inhabit it.  Our Environmental programme hopes to tackle some of the issues relating to climate change and raise awareness so we can alter our ways.  We catch our breath to enjoy the UK’s wildlife, and then despair at the overuse of plastic found upon our shores. We negotiate the problem of feeding an over-populated world and look at how we can fix problems collectively.

Monday 11th October Available for 48 hrs from 2:00pm
Thursday 30th September 11:30am - Train Station Platform 5 Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE Sunday 3rd October 12:30pm - Unit Base Gallery In venue attendance for this screening is FREE


Ryan Mekenian
United States, 2020
23:32 mins
UK Premiere
For Los Angeles natives living in the early 1900’s, bicycles and streetcars shared the road as our primary modes of transportation. But the arrival of the freeway effectively wiped them out. Today, a collective of cycling communities fight for protected bike lanes and road safety; determined to br...


Lou Sumray
United Kingdom, 2021
5:18 mins
A hand drawn tale inspired by the antics of the Bowerbird, that gives an insight into what really happens to all those disposable blue plastic forks

Machine Age

Sarah Stirk
United Kingdom, 2020
6:40 mins
UK Premiere
Machine Age is a visceral experience of the mechanized world of industrial egg production. Using investigative material, this short film immerses us into the sights and sounds of life behind the walls of a factory farm.

Orgiastic Hyper-Plastic

Paul Bush
Denmark, 2020
6:51 mins
An animated extravaganza of plastic collected from beaches, roadsides, attics and junk shops. This is an elegy to a love affair that has gone sour, a fond farewell to that most beautiful material that has enslaved our planet – plastic.


Jake Davison
United Kingdom, 2021
22:10 mins
UK Premiere
Subsume: To include or absorb within something larger or more comprehensive.

Disillusioned with modern life, we take a poetic trip through Britain to redefine our place in the world.

Stolen Fish

Gosia Juszczak
United Kingdom, 2020
30:14 mins
In the smallest country of mainland Africa, The Gambia, fish is now being powdered up by Chinese corporations and exported to Europe and China to feed animals in industrial farming.